Andrew Braswell is a Senior Research Analyst at Staffing Industry Analysts, covering the IT segment of temporary staffing, along with merger and acquisition activity in the sector and issues related to the Affordable Care Act. Prior to joining SIA in May 2013, he spent more than eight years in equity investment research, most recently as Director of Research for a boutique investment banking and advisory firm. Andrew has been a featured speaker for numerous conferences, presentations and media interviews, including CNBC’s Squawk Box. Earning his BBA from the University of Miami in 2002, Andrew majored in entrepreneurship and minored in English.
30 April 2015
- Overview of work migration policies of major staffing markets
- Includes Australia, the EU, Japan and the US
8 April 2015
IT staffing market in the US is anticipated to grow 7% in 2015 and 6% in 2016.
14 March 2015
- APAC/LatAm/MEA SISI ganed 1.7% in 2014
- Outperformed Euro SISI (-8.4%) and US SISI (+1.4%)
11 March 2015
IT staffing firms’ operating results for 4Q14 produced few surprises, but earnings calls yielded a few potential concerns.
11 February 2015
The H-1B filing season is nearing, and the cap could again be reached within one week. Here's more on the program.
12 January 2015
Here are the drivers behind IT staffing's 7 percent growth in 2014.
10 December 2014
Reading the earnings report tea leaves to discern trends in IT staffing demand continues to pose a challenge.
12 November 2014
The strong order volumes reported by both AMN Healthcare (NYSE: AHS) and Cross Country Healthcare (NASD: CCRN) exiting the second quarter were borne out by very solid third-quarter earnings reports and boosted forward guidance.
7 October 2014
Two recently published reports offer a look at growth metrics — both recent and projected—within the US healthcare staffing industry.
14 May 2014
“What comes up, must come down.” The two large, pure-play publicly traded healthcare staffing companies were reminded of this when their Q1 earnings failed to excite investors.