Yesterday, the ABU (Dutch industry association for private employment agencies) announced growth for the Dutch temp labor market. The first period in 2018 showed an 11% growth in revenu. This growth is in comparison to these same weeks in 2017.
The number of billable hours showed an increase of 8%.
Within the Dutch temp labor maket, every set of four weeks is regarded as a period. This growth figure was about period 1-2018.
Reviewed in market segments, the growth rate of 11% can be addressed primarilly to “Industry” and “Technology”:
- Administrative jobs: 2% increase in #hours and 3% increase in revenu.
- Industrial jobs: 13% and 18% respectively.
- Technical jobs: 11% and 14% respectively.