By Jason Karaian, September 10, 2013
Still, across Asia and the Americas more companies expect to hire than fire in the fourth quarter, with Indian firms the most bullish in the world. Notably, Japanese hiring managers are marginally more upbeat than their Chinese counterparts. (In the charts, the percentages reflect the balance of employers expecting to boost hiring in the fourth quarter less those expecting to cut jobs over the same period.)
Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy, is also its most bullish. In the US, meanwhile, employers expect to add jobs at the strongest pace since early 2008, which may signal better employment reports in the months ahead.
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