Timothy Landhuis

Director of Research, North America

Tim Landhuis

Timothy Landhuis is the Director of Research, North America, at Staffing Industry Analysts. He oversees a range of research studies, research products and presentations on behalf of SIA’s North America-based research team. Since joining SIA in 2011, Timothy has authored reports such as the US Staffing Industry Forecast, Largest Staffing Firms in the United States, the SIBC Benchmarking Study, and the Workforce Solutions Buyers Survey, as well as reports on industrial staffing, education staffing, and the Canadian staffing industry. Timothy has guided the development of data tools on compensation rates, mergers and acquisitions, and staffing industry size and growth rates by occupation and geographic regions. He is a frequent presenter and moderator at industry conferences and events.

Prior to joining SIA, Timothy worked as a financial analyst and recruiter at leading firms in the semiconductor, software, and financial services sectors.

Timothy holds a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis.

Recent Articles

Slowdown in manufacturing is impacting industrial staffing

17 September 2019

SIA has lowered its forecast for the US industrial staffing segment. 

Slower job growth in manufacturing a headwind for staffing firms

18 June 2019

In this article, we look briefly at data suggesting slower overall job growth in manufacturing so far this year, as a way of gauging demand trends for industrial staffing.

Global Staffing Industry Market Estimates and Forecast: May 2019 Update

24 May 2019

  • Staffing industry generates USD 490 billion of revenue worldwide in 2018
  • SIA projects global staffing revenue growth of 4% next year
  • Of the fourteen largest markets, only China and India projected to grow more than 5% next year

Deal or no deal: Merger and acquisition activity levels high for industrial staffing firms

19 March 2019

Merger and acquisition activity among North American staffing firms reached a ten-year high in 2018, with 112 publicly announced transactions, as noted in SIA’s annual report on staffing M&A. 

Growth in skilled trades staffing

17 December 2018

Revenue appears to be growing for staffing firms providing skilled trades workers, according to several indicators, including our recent US Skilled Trades Staffing Survey. 

Global Staffing Industry Market Estimates and Forecast: November 2018 Update

26 November 2018

  • By our estimates, the global staffing market generated EUR 413 billion (USD 466 billion) of revenue in 2017
  • We project 6% growth this year and 6% growth next year in global staffing revenue on a constant currency basis
  • Of the 17 largest markets, double digit growth projected next year in four... More

Revenue growth continues for industrial staffing firms, buoyed by a resurgent manufacturing sector

18 September 2018

With 2018 nearly three quarters over, Staffing Industry Analysts reaffirmed its projection of 4% revenue growth for the industrial staffing segment in its biannual US Staffing Industry Forecast report published last week. 

Insights regarding temporary workers in healthcare occupations

17 July 2018

Staffing Industry Analysts’ recently published “2018 Temporary Worker Survey” report found noticeable differences between temporary workers in healthcare versus those in other professions. We discuss a few examples.

US industrial staffing represents roughly one-fourth of the global market

19 June 2018

The size of the US temporary staffing market for industrial occupations has grown from a recession low of $17.9 billion in 2009 to a record $33.6 billion last year, an 88% expansion according to our estimates, driven by cyclical growth in the US economy.

US healthcare staffing represents roughly half of global market

12 June 2018

he size of the US temporary staffing market for healthcare occupations has grown from $10.1 billion in 2013 to a record $15.9 billion last year, a 57% jump according to Staffing Industry Analysts’ estimates, fueled by a wave of newly-insured individuals and cyclical growth in the economy, among other... More