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Quick hello -- good news in the job market for you right now the latest manpower employment outlook survey.
Shows that more jobs are opening up that's the plan anyway with me now for a first on Fox Business if -- -- group chairman and CEO Jeff Jarrett.
Jeff great to see you get sent to have you on the show once more to talk about what seems to be some good news -- companies planned to hire more.
For the third quarter what are the numbers.
Right so I have the difficulty and it -- trying to explain.
Why we see that happen at the same time we see a backdrop of some some pretty tepid job growth that have been coming solve the little text drive yes put 1% of the company said -- -- increasing hiring.
A lot less -- decreasing so we would say is our net employment outlook is.
Is 11% more so so so what you would see is is that over a period of now for five quarters you've consistently seen it go up what it really comes down to is there is -- a little demand out there in the private sector.
And L -- a man does a little go a little that's a proud little demand.
And that is the problem because you're right on the edge in other words I've got this -- so thin as a company.
That if I get a little bit more demand I squeak it out a little bit more I'm gonna have to hire a little bit more parent or demand that's a different issue.
Did you hear from the demand is and this is based on the numbers that your survey -- where the jobs are fortunately.
These jobs are -- high paying jobs leisure hospitality that's for -- -- the most planning for for hiring in this country.
That's at 30%.
But those are lower wages.
And the professional business services at 20% on double life.
Jeff are you concerned that wages are not gonna keep up with the economy and with the actual addition of jobs in this country.
Right I think what what we're really concerned about its that if we don't get -- more demand particularly in manufacturing business services is good but.
It's really durable and nondurable which those kind of leveled off your right leisure hospitality it's good it's good entry level jobs for a while.
But it's not gonna stimulate the economy and turned it into disposable income so so we are at a very the you know -- -- -- spot here and also companies are no longer -- big glide path to stop their hiring.
It's one phone call from a CEO's office and the hiring has stopped so anytime there's clouds in the sky -- -- -- Euro or China don't work.
-- our own presidential election or fiscal you know the the cliff out there it really does cause more trauma than it did before because -- reaction time is somewhat -- A couple of days we've got a thought was interesting is that -- -- want percent of companies these survey your surveying 181000 US employers -- -- -- -- to our viewers.
21% expect that they're gonna -- -- 6% expect to cut.
Other four bread 15% what is that number tell you you've been doing this for years -- what does that say via.
-- Actually at this point that looks like kind of a climb back numbered just taken us longer to climb back so if you really look back the last 34 quarters has spent 891011.
DC's -- -- -- -- -- And that do you see -- is number says wow this is really clawing our way out of the whole this is not that normal.
-- -- out no surprise that this is a US best this is not a V recovery when it comes to the labor market.
And I think between productivity and continue global pressures.
We're gonna be inching our way out at best and we don't get a little bit more adrenaline and our own system.
Global IRA you felt there could be jobs India and Taiwan results for -- -- -- let me ask you this though overall.
When you look at the spread of jobs that are available out there is there one sector -- that you think is actually gonna see the biggest pop and hiring.
In the 2013.
What does the future looks like pre and post.
But it yet those for the little by region -- you know it's been over said -- it's there is health care jobs insist that those are easy to get into.
The biggest pop and where we really need the -- and whether it be China mainland Europe or the US is we need more of a pop and manufacturing both durable and nondurable it's weird the best salaries are it's where it creates.
Trade offs and real kinds of trade among countries and within countries so until we see that manufacturing.
And it PMI number in China and the PMI number in Europe.
Really start to -- you know into that fifties and above fifties I think we're gonna be in a little bit of a standstill mode for some time.
Jeff -- does good talk to give the CEO of manpower group by the way the stock up obviously actively trading.
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