The need of hiring the services of staffing agencies

The recruitment industry that includes the staffing is quite larger than it seems. Staffing companies and recruitment agencies are offering a wide range of employment related services. Staffing companies in the United States are hiring more than 11 million temporary and contract employees during a course of a year and these temporary employees work in virtually all occupations in across all sectors. According to the American Staffing Association, percentage of temporary workers or employees during the year – 2013, consisted of 37% in industrial positions, 28% in office/administrative positions, 13% in professional/managerial positions, 13% in technical (including information technology, scientific positions), and 9% in health care position.

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Rising employment trends to benefit staffing agencies

Staffing agencies or staffing firms as an industry is quite larger and according to the American Staffing Association or ASA, there are more than 17,000 staffing and recruiting companies in the United States that are operating with more than 35,000 branch offices. These staffing firms or companies range from smaller pop up shops with one office to multinational organizations having offices and branches employing thousands of employees. Their growth is also helping the job seekers as well as companies as they are directly or indirectly providing jobs to the former and prospective employees to the latter.

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Staffing services climbing the economic ladder

The American economy is continuing to expand for more than five years in a row since the end of Great Recession. However, in this entire five year period the expansion is at sub-par levels. The U.S. economy took about five years to recover the jobs that were lost during the 18 months of Great Recession. Even though, the job losses have been regained but with the population explosion there are now new workers who are competing for the newly created jobs. The unemployment rate that has come on par with normal levels has also resulted in the decline of labor force participation to the lowest levels in decades.

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The positive emerging picture of staffing trends

The staffing companies or firms as of now are on the high growth trajectory as they were during 2013. The staffing firms are enjoying the higher demand for temporary labor and there is a demand for record number of temporary jobs that is expected to continue for the next successive years and beyond. The actual high growth trends in staffing industry started back in 2000’s with companies after getting weary of fighting Great Recession were searching ways for balancing increasing product demand with uncertainty about the workforce or prospective employees. Even though, recession is quite over, but the demand for temporary labor still exists.

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