Jon Osborne

VP, Strategic Research

Jon Osborne
josborneSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

After leading SIA's North America Research & Editorial department for nearly a decade, Jon Osborne now focuses on strategic research projects and communication of company research to members via the monthly Staffing Industry Report webinar. Previously, he had a 15-year career in bank financial analysis and investor relations at Bank of America. He holds an M.B.A. and B.A. in economics from the University of Chicago.

Recent Articles

Hottest (and coldest) metro markets update

March 13, 2009

Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News VA-NC takes first place
Comeback kings: West Palm Beach FL and Bakersfield CA
Getting worse: Metros near Detroit, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Chicago

Tech/Engineering Segment Profile and Prospects

June 13, 2007

New forecast calls for moderate growth

February 28, 2007

Industry to rise 7% in 2007

FEBRUARY EMPLOYMENT SITUATION

March 7, 2008

Staffing buyer survey: contingent workforce decision-making & program sophistication

October 24, 2008

Most "best in class" contingent management programs managed by MSP
Spending more time on contingent management no guarantee of success
CW management increasingly becoming a profession

Staffing Industry Trends and Outlook Webinar: Q3 2008

August 14, 2008

An exclusive event for Corporate Members
An in-depth look at the current economic climate
How it's affecting the staffing business

Compensation and Employment Survey of Anesthesiologists

May 9, 2007

APRIL EMPLOYMENT BULLETIN

May 8, 2009

Less worse: Temp jobs off 63,000 in April
Where staffing isn't plummeting
Also less worse: 539,000 nonfarm jobs lost

Unemployment up, search sector in freefall
Key staffing markets beginning to stabilize

Staffing Industry Trends and Outlook Webinar: Q4 2008

November 13, 2008

An exclusive event for Corporate Members
Video overview of recent staffing trends and research
Includes in-depth look at the current economic climate

Staffing buyer survey: contingent workforce growth, usage rates and reasons for using contingent labor

October 13, 2008

First installment of 2008 staffing buyer survey results
Contingent growth and usage; trends by segment/sector
Types of contingents used, and why; plus, who's buying what