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Browse the World Employment Confederation’s Economic Report - new online edition
In 2016, the employment industry generated €491 billion in revenue worldwide, mostly driven by agency work accounting for € 350 billion.
Agency work is growing in many markets in Europe with the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy and Spain all experiencing significant growth compared to the previous year and compensating for a slowdown in the UK.
Japan continues to experience accelerating growth in agency work (8% compared to 7% the year before) while growth in the US, the largest agency work market, remains stable.
The direct recruitment market rose slightly to € 37.8 billion, confirming its trend towards a more profitable and faster-growing HR service.
Published annually, the World Employment Confederation (WEC) Economic Report aims at giving a comprehensive picture of the employment industry and labour market trends in general.
It shows how the members of the World Employment Confederation act as labour market enablers, playing a key role in delivering work, adaptation, security and prosperity to societies.
The 2018 online edition of the World Employment Confederation’s Economic Report compiles robust facts and figures about the employment industry.
The Communication Agency, Page in extremis is proud to have contributed to the creative development and the graphical production of the online report. The result is a comprehensive digital publication made within an intimate creative dialogue framework involving the Belgian communication agency’s creative team, and the World Employment Confederation.
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