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Manpower Employment Outlook SurveyQuarter 3 2010<br />Presenter:  Karen Tarca , Regional Director<br />Monday, June 14, 20...
2<br />MEOS Q3 2010<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />The Facts<br />4,000<br />offices worldwide<br />800+ offices<br /> in...
What We Do<br />People	permanent, temporary, staffing, professional<br />Training	online, in-person, classes, programs<br ...
4<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />...
18,000 employers surveyed in the U.S.; 61,000 globally
Net Employment Outlook is the key statistic</li></li></ul><li>Seasonal Adjustment<br />Seasonal adjustments have been appl...
Global <br />Outlook<br />
The Global Results<br />Employers in 31 of the 36 countries and territories expect to add to their workforce during the th...
National<br />Outlook<br />
The National Results<br />Encouraging signs in hiring activity in the U.S.<br />18% intend to increase<br />8% intend to d...
Industry Sector Outlook<br />
Industry Sectors (Net Employment Outlook)<br />Leisure & Hospitality (+20%)<br />Mining (+17%) <br />Professional & Busine...
Regional Outlook<br />
Midwest Net Employment Outlook  (+7%)<br />Slight increase quarter over quarter<br />Strong outlook year over year<br />13...
Northeast Net Employment Outlook (+9%)<br />Moderate increase quarter over quarter <br />Moderate increase year over year<...
South Net Employment Outlook (+6%)<br />Relatively stable quarter over quarter<br />Respectable increase year over year<br...
West Net Employment Outlook (+3%)<br />Slight decrease quarter over quarter<br />Moderate increase year over year<br />16<...
Local<br />Outlook<br />
 Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Ana - MSA<br /><ul><li>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%</li></ul>Employers expect to see a dip in hiring activity from Q2 when the Ne...
Los Angeles, Orange County Industry Sector Results<br />Intending to Decrease<br />Construction, Information, Education an...
Los Angeles, Orange County Industry Sector Results<br />Intending to Increase<br />Durable Goods Manufacturing<br />Profes...
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  1. 1. Manpower Employment Outlook SurveyQuarter 3 2010<br />Presenter: Karen Tarca , Regional Director<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />MEOS Q3 2010<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />The Facts<br />4,000<br />offices worldwide<br />800+ offices<br /> in North America<br />North American employees<br />350,000<br />82<br />400,000<br />worldwide clients<br />countries and territories<br />3 million<br />employees worldwide<br />
  3. 3. What We Do<br />People permanent, temporary, staffing, professional<br />Training online, in-person, classes, programs<br />HR Services recruiting, prescreening, testing, interviewing<br />Outsourcing recruitment process outsourcing, vendor managed solutions<br />Consulting HR consulting, research and diagnostics, benchmarking, talent architecture, career transition, organizational consulting<br />3<br />add presentation title here<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />“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?”<br /><ul><li>Quarterly measure of employers’ intentions to increase or decrease the number of employees in their workplace during the upcoming quarter
  5. 5. 18,000 employers surveyed in the U.S.; 61,000 globally
  6. 6. Net Employment Outlook is the key statistic</li></li></ul><li>Seasonal Adjustment<br />Seasonal adjustments have been applied to the global, U.S. national and U.S. regional survey data<br />These adjustments make it possible to review the data without the employment fluctuations that occur annually<br />The result is a clearer picture of the data over time<br />5<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  7. 7. Global <br />Outlook<br />
  8. 8. The Global Results<br />Employers in 31 of the 36 countries and territories expect to add to their workforce during the third quarter<br />Employment forecasts are most favorable in India, Brazil, Taiwan, China, Peru and Australia<br />Employer hiring expectations are weakest in Italy, Ireland, Spain and Greece<br />Check out press.manpower.com for country-specific results<br />7<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  9. 9. National<br />Outlook<br />
  10. 10. The National Results<br />Encouraging signs in hiring activity in the U.S.<br />18% intend to increase<br />8% intend to decrease<br />70% intend no change<br />4% are undecided<br />Seasonally adjusted Net Employment Outlook is +6%<br />Relatively stable quarter over quarter (up from +5%) <br />Moderate increase year over year (up from -2%)<br />9<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  11. 11. Industry Sector Outlook<br />
  12. 12. Industry Sectors (Net Employment Outlook)<br />Leisure & Hospitality (+20%)<br />Mining (+17%) <br />Professional & Business Services (+15%)<br />Wholesale & Retail Trade (+15%)<br />Nondurable Goods Manufacturing (+12%)<br />Financial Activities (+11%)<br />Information (+10%)<br />Durable Goods Manufacturing (+9%)<br />Transportation & Utilities (+9%)<br />Construction (+8%)<br />Other Services (+8%) <br />Education & Health Services (-2%)<br />Government (-2%)<br />11<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  13. 13. Regional Outlook<br />
  14. 14. Midwest Net Employment Outlook (+7%)<br />Slight increase quarter over quarter<br />Strong outlook year over year<br />13<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />(Seasonally adjusted)<br />
  15. 15. Northeast Net Employment Outlook (+9%)<br />Moderate increase quarter over quarter <br />Moderate increase year over year<br />Strongest Outlook of the regions surveyed<br />14<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />(Seasonally adjusted)<br />
  16. 16. South Net Employment Outlook (+6%)<br />Relatively stable quarter over quarter<br />Respectable increase year over year<br />15<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />(Seasonally adjusted)<br />
  17. 17. West Net Employment Outlook (+3%)<br />Slight decrease quarter over quarter<br />Moderate increase year over year<br />16<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />(Seasonally adjusted)<br />
  18. 18. Local<br />Outlook<br />
  19. 19. Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Ana - MSA<br /><ul><li>11% of employers expect to increase hiring
  20. 20. 13% of employers plan to decrease
  21. 21. 71% expect no change in their hiring plans
  22. 22. 5% are undecided
  23. 23. Resulting in a Net Employment Outlook of -2%</li></ul>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%.<br />18<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  24. 24. Los Angeles, Orange County Industry Sector Results<br />Intending to Decrease<br />Construction, Information, Education and Health Services and Government<br />Intending No Change<br />Nondurable Goods Manufacturing<br />Transportation & Utilities<br />Retail and Wholesale trade<br />19<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  25. 25. Los Angeles, Orange County Industry Sector Results<br />Intending to Increase<br />Durable Goods Manufacturing<br />Professional & Business Services<br />Leisure & Hospitality<br />Financial Activities<br />20<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  26. 26. Intending to Increase:<br />Construction (decrease in OC)<br />Durable and Nondurable Goods Manufacturing<br />Transportation & Utilities<br />Wholesale & Retail Trade<br />Information (decrease in OC)<br />Financial Activities<br />Professional & Business Services<br />Leisure & Hospitality<br />All above are also expected to increase in OC/LA.<br />21<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />California Industry Sector Results<br />
  27. 27. Outlook State of California <br /><ul><li>17% of employers expect to increase hiring
  28. 28. 12% of employers plan to decrease
  29. 29. 66% expect no change in their hiring plans
  30. 30. 5% are undecided
  31. 31. Resulting in a Net Employment Outlook of 5%
  32. 32. State is 6% higher than OC in employer expectations to hire and 1% lower in plans to decrease.
  33. 33. CA Net Employment Outlook is 5%, in OC – 2%</li></ul>22<br />add presentation title here<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
  34. 34. Conclusion<br />There is a positive trend in hiring activity<br />U.S. employers indicate confidence about business<br />Cautious optimism is becoming more widespread geographically <br />CA is more cautious, with<br /> Orange County/LA being <br />more conservative.<br />23<br />Q3 2010 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey<br />Monday, June 14, 2010<br />
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  36. 36. Q & A<br />
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