We are into the fourth month of 2014 and the IT staffing market is still cruising, and here are five reasons we are still bullish on IT staffing.
Experts expect strong demand for H-1B visas that are used to bring in foreign temporary skilled workers — especially IT workers.
Research shows the IT staffing market will continue to boom, outperforming other staffing markets.
Information technology staffing is hot, and so is the M&A market for solid IT staffing firms.
When it comes to buyers’ plans for both their overall and contingent workforces in the next couple of years, there is good news for information technology staffing firms … and an opportunity... More
Publicly traded information technology solutions firms chalked up median 10.4 percent year-over-year growth in their worldwide revenue for the quarter ended Sept. 30.
Publicly traded IT staffing companies in the U.S. experienced stronger than anticipated demand for their services in the quarter ended Sept. 30.
A recent Staffing Industry Analysts survey tried to gauge staffing firms’ awareness of online staffing and their response to it, and 80 percent of the 534 respondents were unaware of such services.... More
IBM reached a settlement with the Justice Department over allegations that the company placed online job postings containing citizenship status preferences for F-1 and H-1B temporary visa holders.
The global IT staffing market is estimated at $55.4 billion, according to Staffing Industry Analysts’ first-ever detailed global estimates. See more in the IT Staffing Report newsletter.