Between those jobs and the latest Manpower survey, Borhot calls it a good scenario and says people are coming back into the workforce. "Third quarter data for 2018 showed that employment in the City of Cape Town grew by 3,9% year on year, while fourth quarter data revealed that the city of Johannesburg has created 110 000 jobs year-on-year". Of the 100 largest metropolitan statistical areas, the strongest job gains are expected in Greensboro, N.C. (+35%), Denver, Col. (+34%), Indianapolis, Ind. (+33%), Sacramento, Cal. (+32%), Albany, N.Y.
"With seasonal variations removed from the data, Calgary's second quarter net employment outlook of eight per cent is a three percentage point increase when compared to the previous quarterly Outlook", said Upright in a statement, adding the Q2 employment numbers for 2019 are a one per cent increase from the same time a year ago. The East of England is, along with Wales (down nine points to 0), the biggest faller, down from +12 percent to just +3 percent. Elsewhere, hiring plans remain relatively stable in Western Cape and are unchanged in Gauteng.
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Western Canada had the lowest job outlook at seven per cent compared to Ontario, Quebec and Eastern Canada. Transportation and public utilities, for example, reported a 24-percent outlook, the highest numbers for any sector this quarter.
Hiring activity in Singapore is expected to remain modest in Q2 2019, with employers reporting a seasonally-adjusted net employment outlook of +11%. This sector also saw the most notable improvement of 7 percentage points, in terms of hiring intentions.
The survey also points to the best job prospects in South Florida: manufacturing, information, financial activities, professional and business services, education and health services, leisure and hospitality, other services and government.More news: Watch The Trailer For 'The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann'
As for the mining & construction sector, a moderate rise in headcount is anticipated, with a net employment outlook of +11%, while it stands at +10% for the manufacturing sector.
However, hiring prospects improve in three sectors, most notably by 14 percentage points in the Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry & Fishing sector and by 5 percentage points in the Electricity, Gas & Water sector.
Employers in IN (+33%), ME (+33%), Alaska (+28%), Colorado (+27%), Kansas (+26%), North Carolina (+26%) and OR (+26%) report the strongest Outlooks nationwide.More news: KJ Wright is returning to the Seahawks, plus other roster moves