of respondents plan to hire for engineering positions, 13 percent plan to add marketing jobs, 10 percent plan to hire for accounting and finance positions, and 9 percent have plans to hire information technology
, such as in information technology, Minneapolis reported wage increases in the energy industry, and Cleveland noted higher wages for truck drivers.
Minneapolis and Cleveland noted increases in non-wage costs
information technology solutions and staffing, said revenue fell 2 percent on a constant-currency basis.
“We believe that the disciplined approach we are taking across all aspects of our business is beginning