professional staffing segments, including:
• Finance/accounting up 28.1 percent year-over-year to $44.9 million
• Information technology up 5.6 percent to $124.6 million
• Administration up 6.4 percent
, Cleveland, Richmond and Dallas districts cited noticeable improvements in the manufacturing sector, and Boston and Kansas observed increased labor demand in the technology sector.
Staffing firms reported
previously had worked at Heidrick & Struggles for nearly 20 years.
Sanford Rose Associates-Charleston, a retained executive
search firm specializing in healthcare information technology, promoted Bonnie
information technology solutions and staffing, said revenue rose 7 percent on a constant-currency basis.
North American revenue was $115.0 million in the first quarter, compared with $121.1 million in the year
quarter, compared with $226.7 million a year ago.
Revenue rose in three of the company’s four segments. Revenue for Kforce’s largest segment, technology, rose 19.6 percent year over year to $143.2 million
the technology and support on a pro bono basis. It’s also providing recruitment teams. The first 100 job fairs took place in Chicago earlier this year and included 110 employers and more than 700 veterans