18 Jun EMPLOYMENT INCREASE IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
According to a study conducted by Enerjimagazin-Manpower, employment growth is expected to be 9 percent for the electricity, gas and water sector and 11 percent for the mining sector. Manpower Group to make estimates for this year’s 4th quarter 59 thousand in labor market activities in 43 countries and regions, thousands of employer interviews took place while in Turkey.
According to the survey, employers in the employment rate in Turkey is waiting for the October-December period compared to the previous quarter, the increase in variable dimensions. Over the next three months it is expected to be moderate in the employment rate in Turkey. While 16 percent of employers expect an increase in recruitment, 10 percent a decrease, 70 percent do not expect a change. When the data are adapted to seasonal changes, the outlook is calculated as a 10 percent increase.There is a 4 percent increase in recruitment expectations compared to the previous quarter and a 5 percent decrease compared to the same quarter of the previous year. “Employment increase is expected in 10 of 11 sectors” Employers in 10 of the 11 sectors subject to the study and 5 geographical regions anticipate an increase in their employment levels in the next quarter. The employment expectations of 8 sectors and 4 regions are higher than the third quarter of 2016. However, the general outlook is weaker compared to the previous year, as employment expectations from 7 sectors and 5 regions are lower than the same period last year.Employers in 10 of the 11 sectors anticipate an increase in employment levels in the next quarter. The strongest recruitment prospects are in the construction industry, with the “Net Employment Outlook” plus 15 percent. A stable recruitment activity is expected with 13 percent appearances in other areas such as public and social services, transportation, storage and communication sector. The outlooks in the finance, insurance, real estate and corporate services, mining, wholesale and retail trade sectors were determined as 11 percent. In the manufacturing sector, employers expected a cautious optimistic outlook with 10 percent, while the outlook for the electricity, gas and water sector was 9 percent. In restaurant and hotel management, employers expect a decrease in payrolls and an overall outlook of minus 5 percent.