Data published by EEF – The Manufacturers' Organisation shows that a significant proportion of companies expect turnover to increase in 2011 and, as a result, will be taking on more employees to cope with additional demand, including sales recruitment candidates.
The report highlighted that, even in the first quarter of 2011, where the industry's growth rate slowed slightly, manufacturing accounted for a quarter of the UK's total economic growth.
Lee Hopley, chief economist at EEF, commented: "Manufacturers plans to invest for future growth suggest there is some confidence that they will be able to navigate input and commodity price rises and other challenges in the months ahead."
Recent data issued by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development as part of its latest Labour Market Outlook showed that the private sector is expected to continue generating new roles in the second quarter of the year, with the manufacturing sector the most active in job creation.
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Posted by John Oak
Source: The Sales Engineer News