Survey: About 11% of Hungarian employers plan new hires

Analysis

About 11% of Hungarian companies plan to make new hires in the first quarter of 2014 and 8% plan layoffs, a fresh survey by staffing company Manpower shows.

Manpower’s seasonally-adjusted labor market indicator stands at 6%, showing the highest level of optimism since 2009.

The representative survey of 750 companies shows 74% of employers plan no changes to headcount in first quarter of next year.

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