Industry News - March 2013

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Architecture billings rise further in February, job prospects continue to grow
Architecture billings rise further in February, job prospects continue to grow

Business conditions in the architectural, design engineering and construction sectors are continuing to pick up, with more positive economic and employment news coming out of the sectors.

Hiring the right candidate the first time

Here are a few ways to stave off feeling a sense of "buyer's remorse" after making a hiring decision.

Be sure to understand the basics of the best hiring practices
Be sure to understand the basics of the best hiring practices

Keep the basics in mind when bringing on new workers.

Average unemployment time falls throughout the country
Average unemployment time falls throughout the country

Joblessness is down, which could bode well for temporary staffing firms.

Private sector employment statistics beat analysts' expectations
Private sector employment statistics beat analysts' expectations

Employers throughout the country may have even more reason to believe the economy is headed in the right direction, with the most recent ADP Employment Report showing the private sector added more jobs last month than many economists had anticipated.

Engineering and architecture staffing rises sharply in February, along with overall employment
Engineering and architecture staffing rises sharply in February, along with overall employment

Bureau of Labor Statistics report shows hiring is headed in the right direction

Engineers in demand as wind energy demand grows around the country
Engineers in demand as wind energy demand grows around the country

The U.S. wind energy industry is blowing in new jobs.

America's role in biomedical science advancements
America's role in biomedical science advancements

The growing role of U.S. scientists in the global biomedical industry.

The pursuit of the perfect hire
The pursuit of the perfect hire

The hiring process can be lengthy and costly - but solutions are indeed appearing.

Contract staffing, redefined

More and more businesses are turning to contract staffing as companies look to fill employment gaps. Fast Company reports that employers are seeing the advantages of contract employment through time-to-fill, cost savings and flexibility.

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