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Employee growth by nationality 2008 to 2020

  English  Japanese  Chinese  Italian  French 
2008  23%  41%  5%  20%  28% 
2009  25%  40%  8%  21%  27% 
2010  31%  39%  9%  20%  26% 
2011  33%  41%  13%  19%  25% 
2012  32%  42%  18%  18.5%  26% 
2013  37%  39%  18.5%  18%  23% 
2014  40%  38%  20%  16%  22% 
2015  38%  35%  23%  18%  21% 
2016  40%  33%  24%  16%  22% 
2017  42%  32%  23%  15%  21% 
2018  40%  36%  25%  14%  20% 
2019  44%  32%  26%  15%  19% 
2020  45%  31%  25%  14%  18% 

The graph shows the current and future predicted national employee growth, with percentages of employees of 5 different countries of origin over a 12 year period from 2008 to 2020.
Two nationalities, Chinese and English have shown good employee growth from the start, China started at around 5 per cent and climbed to around 18 per cent in 2013, whereas England started with a percentage of about 22 and rose to just under 40 per cent. Both are predicted to continue to rise over the next five years, with China expected to climb to the mid 20’s and England to the mid 40’s by 2020.
Whereas the national employee growth for the other two European nationalities, both of which currently stand at around 38 and 20 per cent respectively, has been dropping and will continue that downward trend with both dropping to under 20 percent by 2020.
Japan has shown a stable upward trend until 2013, but is predicted to start a downward trend in the future, slowly declining to just over the 30 per cent mark in 2020.

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