Despite the slowdown in the economy, companies have over 444,000 hires scheduled in May, says the usual Excelsior survey, carried out by Unioncamere and Anpal, which elaborates the employment forecasts of companies. Of course, the crisis following the war in Ukraine has slowed down staffing plans, especially in certain sectors. In manufacturing companies, the number of wanted workers fell by 4.4% compared to April (-3 thousand) and by 18.8% compared to May 2021 (-15 thousand). Construction is also bad, both on the previous month (-0.9%) and even more than a year ago (-27.5%). On the other hand, services grew: + 30.2% on April (almost 80 thousand more) and + 31.5% (+82 thousand) on May 2021, mainly driven by the recovery of the tourism sector.
There are no candidates
The survey confirms the high mismatch between supply and demand of work: 38.3% of wanted workers are difficult to find, especially due to the lack of candidates. The industry as a whole is looking for 99,000 professional profiles, of which 66,000 to be employed in manufacturing and 33,000 in construction. The greatest opportunities are offered by mechatronics companies (17 thousand scheduled admissions), followed by metallurgical and metal products (14 thousand) and finally by food, beverage and tobacco companies (11 thousand). Job opportunities offered by the service sector are much higher, with 345,000 scheduled entries. It is the accommodation, catering and tourist services sector that has the highest demand, with approximately 105,000 scheduled entries. These are followed by services for people (67,000) and support services for businesses and individuals (56,000). The trend was also positive for trade and information technology and telecommunications, with approximately 52,000 and 15,000 expected hires respectively.
More than half of the forward contracts
Many hires, but mostly on a fixed-term basis. Fixed-term contracts, with 246 thousand units, equal to 55.5% of the total number of hires envisaged, are confirmed as the most commonly proposed type. This is followed by permanent contracts (76,000), administration contracts (49,000), non-employee contracts (28,000), apprenticeship contracts (23,000), other forms of employment contracts (15,000) and collaboration contracts. (6 thousand).
There is a lack of mathematicians, technicians and blacksmiths
The difficulty of companies in finding the profiles they are looking for continues: 38.3% of professional figures are difficult to find, with an increase of 7.4 percentage points compared to May 2021. The metallurgical and product industries face the greatest difficulties metal (52.6% of the required profiles are difficult to find). Followed by the wood and furniture industries (50.4%), mechatronics, IT services and communications (49.2% for both), the textile, clothing and footwear industries (47.4%). Among the most difficult profiles to find are: specialists in mathematical, computer and scientific sciences (55.3% of requests are difficult to cover), engineers in the engineering field (56%) and health technicians (56.5 %), the socio-health professions (50.1%), beauty care operators (58%), as well as skilled workers such as blacksmiths and tool makers (67.2%), artisans and specialized workers of the textiles and clothing (65.7%), founders and welders (65.1%) and mechanics, fitters, repairers and maintenance workers of fixed and mobile machines (62.2%). The companies in the North East regions (42.0% of the figures sought) are facing the greatest difficulties, followed by those in the North West (41.1%), Center (36.3%) and South and Islands (34, 8%).
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In May 444,000 hires are ready: but companies cannot find the required profiles
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