Despite recent layoffs and other economic setbacks, a new study indicates that Colorado Springs businesses may be in a "hiring" mood. The latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey finds that 40% of companies interviewed plan to hire more workers between July and September.
This means Colorado Springs has one of the top ten best job market outlooks in the nation for the third quarter, according to Manpower spokesperson Carmen Molitor.
Manpower expects the most jobs will be in areas of Durable and Non-Durable Goods Manufacturing, Transportation/Public Utilities, Wholesale/Retail Trades and Services.
Here are the stats:
Manpower Employment Outlook Survey
40% predict an increase in workforce
57% predict no change in workforce
0% predict no decrease in workforce
3% don't know
7% predict an increase in workforce
80% predict no change in workforce
13% predict a decrease in workforce
20% predict an increase in workforce
60% predict no change in workforce
12% predict a decrease in workforce
8% don't know