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Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts
INSIGHT - Analysts Interview - Surprises, Strategies & Tactics from the Staffing Industry Executive Forum
Despite the constant talk about the dreaded "R" word, the 18th annual Staffing Industry Executive Forum had a record-high attendance this year. More than 700 staffing industry executives attended the conference, which was held in Las Vegas from March 4 through March 7. The overall mood of the conference was upbeat and the attendees were positive about the future of the staffing industry, This Insight is a panel discussion between the analysts of Staffing Industry Analysts about some of the key points that came out from the various sessions at the Executive Forum. For more, click here.
Briefing - Healthcare staffing to grow 7%
In 2007, the healthcare segment of the staffing industry experienced roughly 6% growth in revenue, as a slowdown in growth on the nursing side was offset by continued strong growth in locum tenens and allied healthcare. We project growth of roughly 7% in 2008 and 2009. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 legal staffing growth update
Two large players in the legal staffing segment - MPS Group Inc., which operates its Special Counsel legal division, and Hudson Highland - reported full year 2007 organic growth of 1% and 4.7% (estimated) respectively. We estimate overall growth in this segment was 7% in 2007 and will remain at that level in 2008. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Fourth-quarter revenue rises at publicly traded staffing firms
Fourth-quarter worldwide revenue for 32 publicly traded staffing companies tracked by Staffing Industry Analysts rose by a median 9.7% year-over-year. However, fourth-quarter net income was lower by a median of 11.1%. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - AMN says outlook for 2008 positive, despite slowdown in Q4
In this Briefing we examine financial results for AMN Healthcare Services Inc. (NYSE: AHS), the largest healthcare staffing company in the U.S., and offer our perspective on healthcare staffing segment growth prospects for 2008. For more, click here.