2017

Jan. 5, 2017

With all of the football games on display over the holidays, we were provided some clear examples of how leadership, strategy and execution combine to determine who achieves their goal and who falls short.... More


Feb. 2, 2017

Though overall merger and acquisition volume across the staffing industry landscape was down last year from the multiyear high set in 2015, IT once again led all staffing occupational segments targeted... More


March 2, 2017

Having seen IT staffing demand soften somewhat through the first three quarters of 2016 relative to the pace experienced in recent years, reporting of Q4 financial results gave us an important first read... More


April 6, 2017

Competition for IT talent is fierce. Staffing Industry Analysts’ recently released report, Successful IT Recruiting Strategies, addresses the talent shortage in this area and how staffing firms can respond.... More


May 4, 2017

Amid political and economic uncertainty, IT temporary staffing market growth in the US decelerated to 4% in 2016 from the more robust growth of prior years. In our April forecast update, we project growth... More


June 1, 2017

In this issue, we touch on some of the results in our latest, annual IT Staffing Benchmarking Survey.


July 13, 2017

Staffing Industry Analysts recently published an update to its Global Staffing Industry Market Estimates and Forecast, which estimates $59 billion of global temporary staffing revenue is associated with... More


Aug. 3, 2017

IT staffing was well represented in the recently released Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the United States: 2017 Update report.


Sept. 7, 2017

The supply of IT talent equipped with the most coveted skills is undoubtedly tight and competition is fierce. With an educational system not producing sufficient homegrown talent to meet demand, access... More


Nov. 2, 2017

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its "2017 Occupational Outlook Handbook," and the future for employment growth in IT-related jobs remains bright.