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February 14, 2018

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Company in Munich are most optimistic + 16%. This corresponds to an increase of 1 percentage point compared to the previous year. In the North, the Outlook also lays to by 1 point to 12%. The value of losing 4 percentage points in the South. In Frankfurt, a decrease of 6 percentage points, in Berlin to clear 5 points emerges in the previous year. In the Ruhr area decreases the level substantially by 22 points to – 4%, in the East by 12 points to – 6%. Manufacturing and energy front are the best prospects for the fourth quarter 2008 reflected in manufacturing with + 19%, as well as in the field of energy and supply of + 16%.

The industry, whose rising prices of almost all others to create make wins 18 percentage points compared to the previous quarter and so most strong volume increases. Overall, the Outlook deteriorated year in seven of the nine sectors. Decreases the value by 10 percentage points in mining/raw materials as well as transport and communication. The industry loses 9 trade and hospitality industry as compared to the previous year, the construction sector shows a drop of 8 percentage points. In the area of public sector / social issues, as well as in finance/real estate values compared to the 4th decrease quarter 2007 5 or 3 percentage points.

International development in global terms the willingness of companies is dampened. Employers weigh. On the one hand they intend fortunately no layoffs on a large scale, on the other hand, they show a low willingness to new hires. The companies will be very cautious”, Jeffrey A. Joerres, CEO Manpower Inc. predicts important labour markets such as in the United States, in the United Kingdom and Spain make to create the weaker economy. Show most optimistic for the fourth quarter 2008 employers located in Peru and Costa Rica (+ 29%) and India (+ 48%). In Europe, Romania (+ 21%) and Poland (+ 19%) still provide the best results. The least reflected optimistic from a European perspective again the company in Spain (- 9%). Ireland and Italy follow them. Germany goes back in the quarter by 3 percentage points to + 8%.