Engineering Staffing Report

Sept. 26, 2019

In Staffing Industry Analysts’ September forecast update, we project revenue in the US engineering temporary staffing market to grow by 4% this year. 


June 27, 2019

Staffing Industry Analysts' report on the Most Attractive Staffing Sectors in the UK provides a holistic assessment for the relative attractiveness of investment opportunities to staffing companies... More


March 28, 2019

Regular survey work serves as a key pillar of Staffing Industry Analysts' research in helping staffing firms benchmark financial and operational performance relative to competitors. Examples of such surveys... More


Dec. 27, 2018

SIA’s annual Engineering Growth Assessment Globally report explores dynamics in engineering staffing to inform industry stakeholders and support their strategic planning initiatives. It profiles the... More


Sept. 27, 2018

We discuss a few examples of noticeable challenges (and opportunities) for the engineering staffing industry drawn from SIA’s annual survey of roughly 4,000 US temporary workers.


June 28, 2018

In SIA's April forecast update, we project revenue in the US engineering temporary staffing market to grow by 4% this year, an upgrade from our 3% forecast in September.


March 22, 2018

Engineering has been one of the slowest growing professional staffing sectors globally over the past few years, yet delegates at SIA’s recent conference in Miami, Fla., were positive on their long-term... More


Dec. 28, 2017

In a recently released report, What’s Working in Engineering Staffing?, Staffing Industry Analysts interviewed the executives of three of the firms on the fastest-growing list to understand their... More


Sept. 28, 2017

According to Staffing Industry Analysts’ recently published US Staffing Industry Forecast: September 2017 Update, the engineering segment of the US temporary staffing market is projected to grow by 2%... More


June 22, 2017

We estimate that revenue in the engineering segment declined by 2% in 2016 following a 1% fall in 2015. In our April forecast update, we project growth to slightly accelerate through 2017 as the economic... More