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Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Information technology growth update
In the fourth quarter, the median public company IT staffing firm saw revenue increase 6.0% on a year-over-year basis. This compares with like growth of 6.4% in both 3Q07 and in 2Q07. This economically sensitive segment had decelerated earlier in the year, so a relative plateau in growth is good news. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Engineering/design growth update
Recent financial reports indicate that engineering/design continues to be the strongest segment of temporary staffing. Fourth-quarter results for two public engineering/design staffing firms are consistent with growth that companies in this segment are seeing in our Staffing Industry Benchmarking Consortium. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Direct hire growth update
Direct hire growth in 2007 has been running well below growth rates of 2005 and 2006. Preliminary data from our Staffing Industry Benchmarking Consortium, which includes a broad selection of public and private staffing companies, indicates that direct hire growth slowed again in the fourth quarter. By contrast, however, the few public companies reporting revenue in this space showed some improvement in growth rates. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Allied healthcare staffing growth update
The most recent financial reports as well as preliminary data from our Staffing Industry Benchmarking Consortium indicate that allied healthcare staffing is still one of the stronger areas of temporary staffing. For more, click here.
INSIGHT - 30 tips for winning the talent wars
This Insight directs readers to a presentation transcript entitled, "Talent Wars: How to turn your company into a recruiting powerhouse." For more, click here.
INSIGHT - Raising capital through private placement
This Insight directs readers to a discussion panel transcript entitled, "Raising capital through private placement: Funding growth and realizing wealth." For more, click here.