The second quarter of 2020 saw business sharply decline amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, with global employment numbers also hitting their lowest levels since the financial crisis of 2008.
Interestingly, as HRO Today‘s latest research findings illustrate, each region of the globe fared differently in response to the virus – and it is reflected in their employment rates.
So, how did your region’s employment numbers fare during the second quarter, and how will it effect the remainder of the year? Download the Global Labor Market Report for Q2 2020 below to find out this and more.
Key findings include:
- Anticipated global GDP rates for the rest of 2020
- The number of nations reporting increases in unemployment rates and their specific economic indicators
- A deeper look at the United States’ rates – which are the sharpest on record
- Unemployment snapshots from across the United States