The most important sections of growth in temporary labor in the US are professional, higher-paying roles according to a press release on May 5th, 2014, by Staffing Industry Analysts. Professional temporary employment presumes about 54 percent represented temporary labor spending in the U.S. in 2014.
“While temporary labor is growing faster than the job market overall, temporary labor spending is largely driven by growth in the professional segments,” stated Barry Asin, president of Staffing Industry Analysts. “We see strong demand growth in information technology, which we anticipate will grow by 8 percent in 2014, and healthcare staffing, and finance and accounting staffing are both predicted to grow by 6 percent in 2014.”
Peak demand industries for professional temporary labor include:
- Locum tenens (Physicians)
- Education staffing