The results of JobsDB Singapore's Hiring Trend Survey 2009 are out: Most industries in the country are likely to perform well in Q4 and next year despite the recession.
It's highly probable for Singapore's major industries to set good records in Q4 and the following year, according to JobsDB Singapore.
The popular jobs resource in Singapore concludes, "notwithstanding any major crisis that could derail the current upturn in the economy, we project a positive, albeit cautious, result that the majority of industries will be able to perform better in Q4 and into next year as well."
This is gleaned from almost two months of distributing surveys to 111 respondents from both small to medium size enterprises and large companies belonging to a diverse range of industries. According to the Hiring Trend Survey report, many companies in Singapore are becoming more optimistic despite the ongoing economic depression. They have been continuous in offering careers to jobseekers as well, the survey reports.
The results of the survey agree with earlier reports from the government that the Singapore economy is picking up.
The complete report is available on JobsDB Singapore’s website.
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Monday, November 23, 2009