and focus on growth in technology, healthcare, consumer, industrial, private equity, financial and professional services.
“I see this as a great opportunity for Webber Kerr to be a leader in the executive
-based information technology staffing and solutions firm posted third-quarter gross margin of 25.0 percent, up from 22.5 percent in the year-ago quarter.
Net income jumped to $1.8 million in the third quarter from
percent of respondents plan to hire for engineering positions and 8 percent have plans to hire information technology specialists.
When considering new hires, employers who responded to the hiring trends
is increased use of part-time hiring to retain flexibility amid growth. Another was cloud computing, which was seen as a tool that can free up capital typically spent on technology infrastructure.