La Rioja will register 3,600 contracts in the summer campaign, 9.3% more than a year ago

La Rioja will register 3,600 contracts in the summer campaign, 9.3% more than a year ago
La Rioja will register 3,600 contracts in the summer campaign, 9.3% more than a year ago

LOGROÑO, June 11 (EUROPA PRESS) –

La Rioja will register 3,600 contracts in the summer campaign, 9.3% more than a year ago. At the national level, the summer campaign will generate around 600,000 contracts, 12.4% more than last year, according to Randstad.

At the national level, it is expected that the summer campaign will generate around 600,000 contracts, 12.4% more than the previous year, when 533,133 were signed and 56% more than 10 years ago.

“The forecast for this summer shows a clear positive trend in the labor market and reflects the recovery and dynamism of key sectors such as hospitality, commerce, transport and logistics. This demand not only offers employment opportunities, but also boosts the national economy,” says Jesús Fernández Lima, regional director of the northern zone of Temporary Work at Randstad.

This volume is lower than that recorded pre-pandemic, in 2019, when more than 621,000 contracts were signed, but it is close to the historical highs of the series studied. Since 2013, the trend has not stopped growing with the interruption of the pandemic, which caused a drop to 370,000 signatures. The following year, the volume recovered with a notable growth of 43%, only to moderate since then due to the labor reform.

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS

If we analyze the weight by sectors, 40% of the contracts will be signed in hotels (+150,000) and restaurants (+87,000). For its part, transportation and logistics will occupy 38% of the total contracts with more than 232,000. Followed by commerce with 17% (+106,300) and leisure and entertainment with almost 4% (+22,250).

Compared to last year, the sector that will grow the most will be leisure and entertainment (+35%), followed by restaurants (+29%) and hotels (+15%). With more moderate growth is the transportation and logistics industry (+11%) and the only sector that decreases slightly compared to the previous year is commerce (-2%), which was already registering a high volume at that time. of contracts.

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The forecasts made by Randstad have also taken into account how hiring will behave this summer according to each autonomy. The Autonomous Communities with the greatest weight in contracts are: Andalusia with 18% of the total (110,375 contracts), Catalonia with more than 16% (97,060), Community of Madrid with almost 12% (70,500) and Valencian Community with 11.6% of the total (69,690).

On the other hand, Cantabria leads the growth in the volume of hiring compared to the previous year with almost 20%, followed by the Valencian Community (+18.6%), Balearic Islands (+14%), Catalonia (+13.9 %) and Extremadura (13.6%).

AVAILABILITY, EXPERIENCE AND QUICK ADAPTATION TO THE POSITION

As usual, in this summer campaign, companies will need professionals with little time margin, since the market and its demands evolve quickly. Therefore, the following competencies and skills are sought:

Availability and flexible hours: Since many summer jobs require varied schedules and availability during weekends and holidays, companies highly value candidates who can work flexible hours.

Attitude and motivation: A positive attitude and strong motivation are qualities that employers consider essential. Candidates who show enthusiasm and a willingness to learn and contribute are most valued.

Relevant experience: Although many summer jobs do not require extensive experience, having a background in similar roles can be an advantage. Companies look for candidates who can adapt quickly and bring prior knowledge to their new roles.

Responsibility: Companies look for employees who are responsible and capable of completing their tasks consistently and efficiently.

 
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