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    • Manpower Employment Outlook SurveyQuarter 3 2010
      Presenter: Karen Tarca , Regional Director
      Monday, June 14, 2010
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      MEOS Q3 2010
      Monday, June 14, 2010
      The Facts
      4,000
      offices worldwide
      800+ offices
      in North America
      North American employees
      350,000
      82
      400,000
      worldwide clients
      countries and territories
      3 million
      employees worldwide
    • What We Do
      People permanent, temporary, staffing, professional
      Training online, in-person, classes, programs
      HR Services recruiting, prescreening, testing, interviewing
      Outsourcing recruitment process outsourcing, vendor managed solutions
      Consulting HR consulting, research and diagnostics, benchmarking, talent architecture, career transition, organizational consulting
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      Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey
      Monday, June 14, 2010
      Manpower Employment Outlook Survey
      “How do you anticipate total employment at your location to change in the three months to the end of September 2010, as compared to the current quarter?”
      • Quarterly measure of employers’ intentions to increase or decrease the number of employees in their workplace during the upcoming quarter
      • 18,000 employers surveyed in the U.S.; 61,000 globally
      • Net Employment Outlook is the key statistic
    • Seasonal Adjustment
      Seasonal adjustments have been applied to the global, U.S. national and U.S. regional survey data
      These adjustments make it possible to review the data without the employment fluctuations that occur annually
      The result is a clearer picture of the data over time
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    • Global
      Outlook
    • The Global Results
      Employers in 31 of the 36 countries and territories expect to add to their workforce during the third quarter
      Employment forecasts are most favorable in India, Brazil, Taiwan, China, Peru and Australia
      Employer hiring expectations are weakest in Italy, Ireland, Spain and Greece
      Check out press.manpower.com for country-specific results
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    • National
      Outlook
    • The National Results
      Encouraging signs in hiring activity in the U.S.
      18% intend to increase
      8% intend to decrease
      70% intend no change
      4% are undecided
      Seasonally adjusted Net Employment Outlook is +6%
      Relatively stable quarter over quarter (up from +5%)
      Moderate increase year over year (up from -2%)
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    • Industry Sector Outlook
    • Industry Sectors (Net Employment Outlook)
      Leisure & Hospitality (+20%)
      Mining (+17%)
      Professional & Business Services (+15%)
      Wholesale & Retail Trade (+15%)
      Nondurable Goods Manufacturing (+12%)
      Financial Activities (+11%)
      Information (+10%)
      Durable Goods Manufacturing (+9%)
      Transportation & Utilities (+9%)
      Construction (+8%)
      Other Services (+8%)
      Education & Health Services (-2%)
      Government (-2%)
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    • Regional Outlook
    • Midwest Net Employment Outlook (+7%)
      Slight increase quarter over quarter
      Strong outlook year over year
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      (Seasonally adjusted)
    • Northeast Net Employment Outlook (+9%)
      Moderate increase quarter over quarter
      Moderate increase year over year
      Strongest Outlook of the regions surveyed
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      (Seasonally adjusted)
    • South Net Employment Outlook (+6%)
      Relatively stable quarter over quarter
      Respectable increase year over year
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      Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey
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      (Seasonally adjusted)
    • West Net Employment Outlook (+3%)
      Slight decrease quarter over quarter
      Moderate increase year over year
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      (Seasonally adjusted)
    • Local
      Outlook
    • Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Ana - MSA
      • 11% of employers expect to increase hiring
      • 13% of employers plan to decrease
      • 71% expect no change in their hiring plans
      • 5% are undecided
      • Resulting in a Net Employment Outlook of -2%
      Employers expect to see a dip in hiring activity from Q2 when the Net Employment Outlook was 6% and a slightly faster hiring pace than one year ago, when Net Employment Outlook was -4%.
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    • Los Angeles, Orange County Industry Sector Results
      Intending to Decrease
      Construction, Information, Education and Health Services and Government
      Intending No Change
      Nondurable Goods Manufacturing
      Transportation & Utilities
      Retail and Wholesale trade
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    • Los Angeles, Orange County Industry Sector Results
      Intending to Increase
      Durable Goods Manufacturing
      Professional & Business Services
      Leisure & Hospitality
      Financial Activities
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    • Intending to Increase:
      Construction (decrease in OC)
      Durable and Nondurable Goods Manufacturing
      Transportation & Utilities
      Wholesale & Retail Trade
      Information (decrease in OC)
      Financial Activities
      Professional & Business Services
      Leisure & Hospitality
      All above are also expected to increase in OC/LA.
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      California Industry Sector Results
    • Outlook State of California
      • 17% of employers expect to increase hiring
      • 12% of employers plan to decrease
      • 66% expect no change in their hiring plans
      • 5% are undecided
      • Resulting in a Net Employment Outlook of 5%
      • State is 6% higher than OC in employer expectations to hire and 1% lower in plans to decrease.
      • CA Net Employment Outlook is 5%, in OC – 2%
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    • Conclusion
      There is a positive trend in hiring activity
      U.S. employers indicate confidence about business
      Cautious optimism is becoming more widespread geographically
      CA is more cautious, with
      Orange County/LA being
      more conservative.
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    • Q & A