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Unformatted text preview: 5 of 999 DOCUMENTS Chinadaily.com.cn June 9, 2010 Wednesday HIRING PLANS HIT 6-YEAR HIGH LENGTH: 587 words Manpower survey says employers to recruit more employees in Q3 BEIJING - Hiring plans by mainland employers surged to a six-year high on growing optimism about the nation's economic expansion, even as analysts warned of more labor shortages in first-tier cities. More than 30 percent of mainland employers plan to increase their workforce in the third quarter, making China one of the most promising job markets in the world after India and Brazil, according to a report released by employment service provider Manpower Inc on Tuesday. The figure was only around 10 percent for the same period of last year. The Manpower survey interviewed over 3,607 companies in the mainland. Only 4 percent of employers said they plan to reduce their headcount during the period. Employers in the services sector seemed more likely to add jobs compared with other sectors like the wholesale & retail trade, finance, insurance & real estate, manufacturing, and transportation & utilities, largely due to the...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ECON econ 1001 taught by Professor Wong during the Fall '09 term at HKU.
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