Industry News - May 2012

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Employment estimate shows May hiring lower than forecast
Employment estimate shows May hiring lower than forecast

Companies added fewer jobs than expected in May, indicating the job market is still in a tepid recovery.

Staffing Industry Analysts Releases 2012 Temporary Worker Survey
Staffing Industry Analysts Releases 2012 Temporary Worker Survey

Staffing Industry Analysts has released a new survey that provides insight on how temp workers view staffing firms.

Canadian Staffing Index rises 32 percent on year
Canadian Staffing Index rises 32 percent on year

The Canadian Staffing Index grew sharply in April.

Ohio counties see lowest unemployment rate since 2008
Ohio counties see lowest unemployment rate since 2008

Local unemployment rates around Ohio have fallen to their lowest rates since 2008 as hiring picks up.

Indiana manufacturing employers see significant job gains
Indiana manufacturing employers see significant job gains

Manufacturing staffing in Indiana increased by the thousands in the last year.

Survey suggests jobs growth expected to pick up in coming years
Survey suggests jobs growth expected to pick up in coming years

The U.S. workforce is expected to grow significantly in the next two years, a new survey suggests.

Energy staffing increases by the thousands in Oklahoma
Energy staffing increases by the thousands in Oklahoma

Oklahoma's oil and gas industry added 12,000 new jobs between 2010 and 2012.

Automotive staffing to grow as U.S. plants hire more workers
Automotive staffing to grow as U.S. plants hire more workers

Across the U.S., automotive companies are increasing their hiring to meet surging demand.

Illinois jobless rate falls for eighth consecutive month
Illinois jobless rate falls for eighth consecutive month

The Illinois unemployment rate continued to fall last month, signaling the recovery is still pushing forward.

Construction staffing faces skills shortage
Construction staffing faces skills shortage

The U.S. construction industry is facing a shortage of skilled workers.

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