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Our top articles for June include a pulse survey that follows up on the findings of the 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report, a report from Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) that revealed a 9% growth projection for the staffing industry, and a podcast interview with Alex Rawlings on his experience working with a niche market and creating his own firm. 

#1. Staffing Industry Outlook for 2022 Remains Strong: Pulse Survey

About 8 in 10 respondents for the 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report expect their agencies to see double-digit growth this year. Based on a follow-up pulse survey, 32% of respondents said that their growth projections haven’t changed since, while 36% have increased their forecast.

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#2. Global Staffing Industry Expected to Expand by 9% in 2022: SIA

A new report released by Staffing Industry Analysts revealed that the staffing industry is expected to grow by 9% in 2022, after growing 21% in 2021. The report also revealed that, while the worst impacts of the pandemic are over, risks still exist due to COVID-19, skills shortages, and other concerns. 

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#3. [Webinar] 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report

This webinar provided more insights from the 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report, including how the fastest growing agencies operate, what tools make up the modern staffing tech stack, and where candidates are looking for their next job.

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#4. SIA Announces 2022 List of Diversity-Owned Staffing Firms

Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) published their latest list of Diversity-Owned Staffing Firms, featuring 192 firms. This is up from 163 firms last year. 

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#5. Alex Rawlings, President and Founder of Raw Selection, on Building an Effective Training Framework

Alex Rawlings joined The Staffing Show for a candid conversation about starting his own firm and the appeal of working with a niche market. He touches on the nature of remote work and makes a case for occasionally going into the office for personal development, among other topics.

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