(AOF) – Financial services, financial intermediation and insurance fell by 143 jobs in May after significant growth last month, according to ADP’s National Employment Report in France. “We are seeing an increase in employment in May driven by hotels, restaurants and the energy sector. says Nela Richardson, Chief Economist at ADP. “The services sector is showing signs of recovery despite the challenges facing the economy, such as industrial supply and price pressures. »
In detail, employment in the manufacturing industry sector increased by 885 jobs in May after gaining 976 jobs the previous month. Retail and wholesale trade gained 333 jobs in May after gaining 892 jobs last month. Employment in professional services, which includes administration, business services and technology sectors, rose by 338 jobs in May after rising by 513 jobs in March.
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