There’s a List for That

Buyers Love it. Suppliers think it’s a great marketing tool. The Staffing Industry Analysts Staffing Firm Market Landscape and Book of Lists is a one-stop shopping resource for companies engaged in all the main niches of staffing. From office/clerical to marketing/creative to IT and healthcare skill sets, the lists display the largest firms by revenue per U.S. temp staffing segment as well as North American country.

For instance, if you need a firm specializing in engineers or maybe creative/marketing skills, or a firm that can find you a substitute teacher or a temporary accountant—you name it—lists of such firm can all be found in the Book of Lists. There are 21 such different lists that give buyers an idea of the competitive landscape. These lists give buyers more choices, and ultimately more choices means better prices and higher quality workers.

If you are looking to staff a project with certain skill sets that your company has not used before, you have access to a ready-made list for pretty much any need. We have surveyed and mapped the landscape. All you have to do is choose your path. “The report contains a comprehensive market share profile on each of the staffing sectors that we track, which is enormously valuable,” says Timothy Landhuis, research analyst at Staffing Industry Analysts.   

For staffing firms, these skill segment lists are useful for finding sub-contractors and acquisition targets in desired niches. And there are also “opportunity lists” that help staffing firms find additional opportunities, like the list of fastest-growing staffing firms in the United States.  These companies are ones to watch out for and emulate for those staffing companies wanting to grow their businesses. And there’s the mentor/protégé list that includes staffing firms looking to cooperate in pursuit of government contracts.  What we provide is strategic guidance of the marketplace and a roadmap by listing these firms and others that can help you find opportunities.

Happy Exploring.


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