Local and global trends in the labour force
According to Randstad’s latest Global Workmonitor, surveying employees in 32 countries around the world, findings show that most Canadians believe it is harder for both younger and older workers to find a suitable job. Additionally, differing demographic trends combined with other trends in each country prove that most respondents believe experience is more important than education.
The Workmonitor quarterly report takes an in-depth look at both local and global trends in mobility, job satisfaction and motivation regularly visible over time. You’ll find information on recent and ongoing changes in the global labour force. The report is conducted through quantitative study via an online questionnaire among a population aged 18-65, working a minimum of 24 hours a week in a paid job (not self-employed). The minimal sample size is 400 interviews per country, using Survey Sampling International. The 2nd wave of 2013 was conducted between 18 April and 3 May 2013.
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