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According to the study of Adecco-Analytics, the French economy is going to be kissed by 4.5 million people for the year 2023, who is not a large part of the restoration sector (photo of the illustration prize in Paris).
EMPLOYMENT – Entire sectors are in dire straits. This Tuesday, September 27, our colleagues from franceinfo Y Parisian reveal an uplifting study by acting giant Adecco. A survey that focused on the employment needs of the French economy and which estimates that French companies intend to hire more than 4.5 million people by the summer of 2023.
as it shows the graph below, prepared by franceinfo, it is very easy to verify that certain sectors of economic activity concentrate a large part of these hiring needs. Thus, between room service, kitchen staff and multipurpose staff, restaurants and hotels concentrate three of the five professions that will hire the most, driven especially by the organization of the Rugby World Cup next fall and the Olympic Games in Paris . in the summer of 2024.
as related the parisianhalf of the restore continues the change started at the time of the restore. COVID-19 pandemic, which had seen many employees quit and not return when it reopened. Thus, our colleagues evoke the establishment of closing days aimed at organizing staff days off, reducing the working day or even improving know-how. This does not prevent the sector from having difficulties in recruiting, and Adecco considering a labor shortage in the coming months.
The other particularly demanding sector, according to the Adecco-Analytics survey, is logistics. Whether in terms of storage and order preparation, as well as long-distance road transport, several positions will be very demanding in terms of recruitment in the coming months.
Contracts that, very logically, will be sought above all in the most populated regions, as you can see on this franceinfo map. In total, almost 1 million jobs are available in Île-de-France, that is, more than 20% of the total. Then come some 600,000 jobs in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, more than 400,000 in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and almost as many in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
It should be noted that among the 4.5 million vacancies referred to in the Adecco-Analytics study, a large part are permanent. 43% to be exact, details franceinfo, in addition to 30% fixed-term contracts, 20% temporary full-time equivalent and 7% internships and work-study.
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