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That despite the high wages of the US Employers whose work is done at record pace, and talent shortages remain above global average

That despite the high wages of the US Employers whose work is done at record pace, and talent shortages remain above global average

Employers in the United States report the strongest hiring intentions for Q4 according to the latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey of six hundred employers.

Hiring intentions will strengthen by 23 and 34 percentage points from 3Q 2021 and 4Q 2020 respectively.

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  • Record hiring intentions: Record hiring intent: The highest hiring outlook since the survey began in 1962 was announced in the 12 industry sectors and the 4 regions.
  • Hiring intentions are highest in the Northeast and West: Hiing intentions highest: North-West: Both regions have the strongest year-on-year improvement (both +51%).
  • Employers of the United States relying on financial incentives to fill talent shortages: reprimand, for a job, vacancies can be filled by salaries. This is more than any other country a record 42% in the U.S. compared to 31% global average. Other incentives include flexible work schedules (38%) and work locations (30%), and non-financial benefits such as added vacation days (21%).
  • Barriers to upskilling: - Personality limit:-- As employers plan to improve productivity, money, time (16%) and access to the right training partners were the biggest obstacles businesses faced.
  • Human resources teams focus on technical skills and career coaching key axes. More than one quarter (27%) of employers plan to invest in accelerated upskilling in technical skills for employees, and 28 percent plan on applying more career coaching in the next six months to avoid the widening talent shortage.

"This is a historic Q4 report as the American employers seek to hire to meet vacancies we haven't seen in decades that we anticipate will continue into 2022," said Becky Frankiewicz, President, "While headwinds including the Delta variant and talent shortages can affect the way these intentions turn out to jobs created, we still are working. Businesses know they must get creative so they can attract and retain the best talent. Most forward-thinking employers are building flexibility into roles traditionally seen as in-flexible, demonstrating their purpose and putting the health and wellbeing of their workforce on top of all. the complete Q4 2021 U.S. survey results: manpower groupussa/.org/index.html>.


The four-year-old 2021 is the Q4 and 2022.

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  • Employers in all 12 U.S. industry sectors expect to grow payrolls during the next three months: Information (+62%), Financial Activities (58%); Transportation & Utilities (+58); Construction (+56
  • In a western region, if compared to the third quarter of 2021, Hiring prospects improve in all four U.S. regions, most notably by 28 percentage points. The Northeast employers report an increase of 25 percentage points, while Outlooks are 22 and 21 percentage point higher in the South and Midwest, respectively. Employers in all four regions report the strongest hiring intentions since the survey began with the highest labor markets anticipated in the Northeast and the West, with Outlooks of +51%. In the South, the Outlook is +48%, and Midwest employers report an Outlook of +45%.

The next survey will be released on December 14th, 2021, and will report on Q1 2022 hiring expectations.

ABOUT THE SURVEY, AU SUITE. The Employment Outlook Survey conducted in July 2021 - is the most comprehensive and forward-looking employment survey of its kind, which is used globally as a key economic indicator. The net employment Outlook based on the percentage of employers anticipating an increase in hiring activity and subtracting from that percentage the employers expecting a decrease in the hiring activities. Countries and territories that have accumulated at least 17 quarters of data have been adjusted to provide a seasonal adjustment, Croatia being the exception. The ManpowerGroup intends to add seasonal adjustments to Croatia's data in the future, as more historical data is gathered.

SURVEY METHODOLOGY SOUTH RECORDS. Reputation Leaders are now collecting data online from the survey results. The methodology used to collect the data for the Employment Outlook have been changed for 14 countries this quarter: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Mexico Netherlands The respondants are members of double opt-in online panels and are apt to complete the survey. Infocorp telephoned the rest of the 29 countries. The question asked and the response's profile remains unchanged. The size of organization and sector is standardized across all countries to allow international comparisons.

ABOUT MANPOWERGROUP / GEORGE - MENTHGROW OPPORTUNITY. ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN), the leading global workforce solutions company, helps organizations transform rapidly into a fast changing work world by sourcing, assessing, developing and managing the talent that allows them to win. We develop innovative solutions for hundreds of thousands of organizations every year, enabling them to have skilled talent and achieving meaningful, sustainable employment for millions of people across industries and skills. Our expert team of brands Manpower, Experis and Talent Solutions - creates significant more value for candidates and clients across more than 75 countries and territories and has done so for over 70 years. This is a true recognition of diversity - and enables women, inclusion, equality and disability to work as well as in 2021 ManpowerGroup was named one of the world's most Ethical Companies for the 12th


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