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Fipe, hiring in catering increases, 172 thousand expected - Business

2024-02-23T12:02:44.631Z

Highlights: Fipe, hiring in catering increases, 172 thousand expected - Business. There will be 172,440 hirings in the catering sector between February and April this year, 13% more than in the same months of 2023. The figure represents 70% of the total expected for the entire tourism sector, which will need 246,270 workers in the period considered. Waiters are confirmed as the most sought-after professional figures, with over 65,000 profiles in the quarter. Then come chefs with 41,720 expected hires and bartenders with over 23,900 positions to fill.


There will be 172,440 hirings in the catering sector between February and April this year, 13% more than in the same months of 2023. The figure represents 70% of the total expected for the entire tourism sector, which will need 246. (HANDLE)


There will be 172,440 hirings in the catering sector between February and April this year, 13% more than in the same months of 2023. The figure represents 70% of the total expected for the entire tourism sector, which will need 246,270 workers in the period considered.

This was made known, on the basis of Unioncamere-Excelsior data, by the Fipe-Confcommercio study centre, according to which the expectations on attendance in the month of April 2024, also in view of the upcoming spring long weekends, are positive and should at least confirm the numbers of 2023, when they reached 28 million.

Professions related to catering are those that offer the greatest job opportunities: in the month of February alone, the demand was 40,390 workers.

Waiters are confirmed as the most sought-after professional figures, with over 65,000 profiles in the quarter.

Then come chefs with 41,720 expected hires and bartenders with over 23,900 positions to fill.

Specifically, in 56.7% of cases we are looking for staff who already have specific experience, with a preference for the age group between 25 and 44 years.

Just under one company in two (49.2%) still complains of difficulties in finding staff, mainly due to the small number of candidates.

A dynamic which, however, appears to be contracting, albeit slightly, when compared to that of 2023, when the share of companies complaining of difficulties in finding staff was 52%.



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