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The expectation of job demand for the first quarter of the year increases, according to a private report

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Divided by region, the area that shows the strongest hiring expectations is the Argentine Northeast (NEA), with an ENE of 20%, while Patagonia reports the weakest intentions, with an ENE of 1%.

“The expectations of the Argentine business community for the first quarter of the year reflect a slight growth in hiring intentions, despite a context of possible global economic recession and a local situation marked by drought, difficulties in some sectors to import inputs and the uncertainties typical of an electoral year” reflects Luis Guastini, General Director of ManpowerGroup Argentina.

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The result was obtained after surveying more than 700 Argentine employers, between October 13 and November 25.

Of the 700 respondents, the results showed that “37% of surveyed employers plan to increase their staffing, 22% decrease them, 38% do not expect to make changes and the remaining 3% do not know if they will make them during the period surveyed. “, they indicated in the survey.

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On the other hand, they added that the sectors that reported the weakest hiring expectations are Health and Life Sciences with an ENE of -7%, followed by Consumer Goods and Services that reflects an ENE of 2%.

Globally, in America, the survey reported that the eleven countries surveyed expect increases in their hiring expectations for the first quarter of 2023, with Panama standing out 39%, followed by Costa Rica 35%, Canada 34% and Guatemala 38%.

“The value of the ENE is obtained by taking the percentage of employers that expect to increase their workforce and subtracting the percentage of those that project a decrease during the next quarter,” they concluded.

Source: Ambito

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