Employment in staffing services rose 25 percent in year-over-year in the third-quarter according to ASA Survey
Recently released survey results from the American Staffing Association (ASA) support the view of continued strong momentum in staffing employment and revenue. Temporary staffing volume fluctuation is directly linked to the economy and recession cycles. For the past 4 recessions, temporary staffing has incurred marketed decreases in volume in the 6 months prior to a recession while demonstrating substantial increases in the 5-6 months prior to an official recession recovery declaration. Will this recession and its strange employment trends keep pace, what do you think?
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