Staffing levels see first growth in a year

An overview of staffing levels globally and in the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe, according to WARC's Global Marketing Index.

The number of staff taken on has shown an increase globally for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak began, according to the latest findings from WARC's Global Marketing Index (GMI).

Developed by WARC, the GMI is a monthly indicator of the state of the global marketing industry based on current conditions among practitioners. An index value above 50.0 indicates growth while below 50.0 indicates decline. Practitioners who receive the full analysis report.

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