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Research from Staffing Industry Analysts

December 24 2007
Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts:

INSIGHT - Health Information Management (HIM) staffing
The market for Health Information Management (HIM) staffing is experiencing increasing demand as the shortage of medical coders widens, regulatory requirements become more stringent, and the pressure on hospitals to generate revenue intensifies. In this Insight, we examine the challenges, opportunities, trends, and future of HIM staffing. For more, click here.

BRIEFING - Tech/engineering staffing still growing strong
Recent financial reports indicate that tech/engineering is still one of the stronger staffing segments. In the third quarter, median growth for four public tech/engineering staffing firms was 10.3%. For more, click here.

BRIEFING - Growth in full-time IT job vacancies bullish sign for IT direct hire
An examination of trend data from one of the biggest job boards for technology and engineering professionals shows that the number of jobs posted for full-time positions have been increasing at a faster rate than the number of jobs posted for contract positions. If these trends are indicative, opportunities in the direct hire side of IT staffing may be better than what the broader direct hire trends suggest. For more, click here.

SPECIAL REPORT - Office/clerical staffing growth assessment
This report examines the office/clerical segment of the staffing industry. It delves into the size of the market, short- and long-term prospects of this business, and the keys to succeeding in this segment. For more, click here.

BRIEFING - Retained search still looking strong in Q3
It was another very good quarter worldwide for retained search firms, with revenue and profits seeing double-digit gains. North American fee revenue also continued to expand in double digits, though with some deceleration. For more, click here.


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