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Research from Staffing Industry Analysts

October 30 2007

Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.

CITATION - Offshore and nearshore ITO/BPO salaries

This citation directs readers to a research paper entitled "Offshore and Nearshore ITO/BPO Salary Report 2006," by NeoIT.com. This paper includes data on salaries and projected growth in salaries through 2010 on a geographic basis for employees at commonly-used forms of outsourcing providers. For more, click here.

CITATION - International temporary staffing penetration rates

This citation directs readers to a May 2006 University of Manchester study that examines the problematic nature of international data on temporary staffing. Specifically, the article explores the usefulness of geographic penetration rates, a metric that is commonly used in generating and analyzing data on temporary staffing. For more, click here.

CITATION - Trends in the Japanese staffing industry

This citation directs readers to "New Trends in the Staffing Industry," an article published by the Japan External Trade Organization, concerning the history of Japanese staffing industry deregulation, current staffing penetration and prospects for future staffing business in Japan. For more, click here.

BRIEFING - New healthcare staffing organization gaining momentum

At our 2007 Healthcare Staffing Summit, attendees talked about starting an association for travel nurse and travel allied providers, similar to the National Organization of Locum Tenens Providers (NALTO), to deal with tax issues and other issues specifically related to travel nurse and travel allied firms. For more, click here.

CITATION - Employment growth in hospitals does not conform to business cycle

This citation directs readers a Bureau of Labor Statistics article concerning the unusual pattern of hospital employment relative to the economy. It will be of strong interest to staffing firms attempting to forecast opportunities in the healthcare segment. For more, click here.

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