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Research from Staffing Industry Analysts

April 26 2010

The Daily News is just a small part of what Staffing Industry Analysts produces. New research available for corporate members includes a report on which staffing firms are hiring (and firing), staffing company spending plans, the best and worst U.S. metro job markets, historical staffing growth trends, the latest information on employment placement agencies from the U.S. Census and a webinar on information technology staffing.

INSIGHT- 2010 Staffing Company Survey: Who's hiring (and who's firing) sales staff, recruiters & managers in 2010
*More than 2/3 of staffing firms to hire sales staff, recruiters
*Big hiring plans among firms serving tech industries, selling tech skills
*Also some (weaker) interest in hiring managers

INSIGHT - 2010 Staffing Company Survey: Spending plans -- who's buying what
*Going up: spend on tech, training, marketing, promo
*Most likely to increase spend: CFO, VP Finance
*Also spending ... IT firms, & those serving energy, tech

INSIGHT - Best and Worst U.S. Metro Job Markets
*343 U.S. metros ranked by employment trends
*76 biggest U.S. metros with more than 500,000 jobs
*Best: Washington, Oregon, Michigan, S. Carolina
*Worst: Texas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania

INSIGHT - Historical staffing industry growth trends: 1995-2009
*Over a decade of gains erased in 2009
*From 1995-2009, place/search and commercial temp growth below inflation rate
*Industry has grown more cyclical, yet more diversified

CITATION - U.S. Economic Census: Permanent placement/direct hire
*Revenue reached $11.83 billion in 2007
*Employment agencies get lion's share -- 81% of perm placement revenue
*But temp staffing firms notable for $2.0 billion -- 18% of total

WEBINAR - IT Staffing Trends and Outlook - April 2010
*Watch the full webinar on demand
*Economic/industry snapshot
*IT staffing firms' plans for 2010
*Recent trends in IT staffing
*Strategies to grow your business
*Forecast and outlook

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