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The Austrian advertising industry is enthusiastic about the improvement of the country’s economy and industry. Read more


China's fast growth means that there is demand in most sectors for managers and marketing personnel. Read more


Sales executives are in demand, especially in IT, energy, aerospace and insurance banking. Read more


Most workers are employed by small-to-medium companies, where prospects are good. Read more

Hong Kong

Hiring is increasing in marketing and communications, but tri-lingual skill in Mandarin, Cantonese and English is important. Read more


India is the fifth-largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity, with a supportive environment for local and international businesses. Read more


Confidence has been increasing throughout the business services industry across most of Italy. Read more


Some of the world's largest companies are headquartered or have major business operations in The Netherlands. Read more


Norway is known worldwide for the quality and innovation of the design of products produced. Read more


Sales and business development managers are in high demand across industries in Singapore. Read more

South Africa

Retail areas expected to show the highest real growth rates include clothing, footwear and leather retailers. Read more

South Korea

Competitive markets like South Korea's now require more people with marketing and sales expertise in companies ranging from the largest to the smallest. Read more


Marketing is among the areas expected to offer the best job opportunities this year, particularly in mobile technologies. Read more


Professionals in the sales and marketing fields are widespread and play important roles in the business of almost all Swiss companies. Read more


UK’s MBA graduates are seeing an encouraging jobs outlook, even though the UK economy is struggling to overcome the recession. Read more
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