Top drivers of job growth for professional service providers, 2015-2020, at July 2015

Major drivers expected to effect employment outlook in the professional services industry, 2015-2020, as of July 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 18, 2016
Top drivers of job growth for professional service providers, 2015-2020, at July 2015 This statistic shows the major drivers impacting upon employment outlook in the professional services industry and their expected effect on the compound growth rate between 2015 and 2020, as of July 2015. The growing middle class in emerging markets is expected to increase employment in the industry by 5 percent. The same amount of growth is expected to be driven by women's economic power and aspirations.
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Major drivers expected to effect employment outlook in the professional services industry, 2015-2020, as of July 2015

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Expected compound employment growth rate (2015-2020)
Overall2.45%
Middle class in emerging markets5%
Women's economic power, aspiration5%
Changing nature of work, flexible work4%
Processing power, Big Data2.35%
Mobile internet, cloud technology2.14%
Sharing economy, crowdsourcing1.67%
Internet of Things1%
Consumer ethics, privacy issues0.71%
Longevity, ageing societies0%
Expected compound employment growth rate (2015-2020)
Overall2.45%
Middle class in emerging markets5%
Women's economic power, aspiration5%
Changing nature of work, flexible work4%
Processing power, Big Data2.35%
Mobile internet, cloud technology2.14%
Sharing economy, crowdsourcing1.67%
Internet of Things1%
Consumer ethics, privacy issues0.71%
Longevity, ageing societies0%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 18, 2016
This statistic shows the major drivers impacting upon employment outlook in the professional services industry and their expected effect on the compound growth rate between 2015 and 2020, as of July 2015. The growing middle class in emerging markets is expected to increase employment in the industry by 5 percent. The same amount of growth is expected to be driven by women's economic power and aspirations.
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