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Oct. 23, 2008               Temporary and Contract Employees Work in
Contact: Alexandra Karaer
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Occupations

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  1. 1. Oct. 23, 2008 Temporary and Contract Employees Work in Contact: Alexandra Karaer Telephone: 703-253-2048 All Occupations Staffing industry employees work across occupational areas nearly as diverse as the labor force itself. Jobs range from day laborer to CEO. In 2001, professional–managerial occupations composed over 20% of staffing services employment, while technical and information technology occupations composed another 6.4% and 9.3% respectively. Office–clerical and industrial jobs accounted for over 50% of staffing industry employment. Within each of these broad areas, staffing firms match millions of temporary employees to more specific jobs at nearly all levels of responsibility in nearly all business sectors. The corresponding diversity of jobs and sectors in the temporary work force has contributed to sustained growth in the staffing sector.

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