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Top 3 Roles for Temp Jobs in 2016

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In December 2015, the US added 34,400 temp jobs and the temp penetration matched a previous all-time high, according the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This represents a 3.30% year-over-year increase in December for the number of temp jobs.

Additionally, the US added 292,000 jobs (total nonfarm employment) in December. Staffing Industry Analysts report that “employment gains occurred in several industries, and the increase exceeded the highest forecast in a Bloomberg survey of economists.”

The U.S. has added an average of 200,000 jobs each month over the past couple years, and we expect this to continue throughout 2016. A survey of hiring managers and human resource professionals across industries by Harris Poll found that 47% plan to bring on temporary, or contract, workers.

With the increase in jobs, what temp roles do we predict will be hot in 2016?

We expect that Marketing Temps, Accounting Temps and Legal Temps will be the hot temporary jobs this year.

Marketing Contractors: Content Marketing, Digital Marketing/Social Media and Creative/Art Direction are some of the top in-demand skill sets.

Accounting Contractors: Companies seek Accounts Payable (AP), Accounts Receivable (AR) and Collections, Bookkeepers, Financial Analysts, Accounting Managers and Payroll Clerks.

Legal Contractors: Legal Secretaries, Paralegals and Legal Administrators are in high demand.

Looking for a new role?

Email your resume to resumes@myplacers.com and a Placers staffing specialist will connect with you.

Looking to hire Marketing, Accounting or Legal temps?

Submit a Staffing Request here.

Barton Career Advisors Holiday Appeal Raises Funds for Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs

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Barton Career Advisors announced yesterday that its holiday fundraising appeal for the Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs had raised $1,690 exceeding their goal of $1,500 by New Year’s Day.

“The clubs are always in need of financial support from the community and we thought this would be a fun way to help,” said Chris Barton, President Barton Career Advisors. “Little did we know that our program launched just before Christmas would be so important. The recent vandalism at the Brown Club is terrible.”

Barton, a former Boys & Girls Clubs Board Member, explained that his firm has decided to extend the fundraising appeal through the end of January. The company has set up a giving page that directs funds to the clubs. Recent HVAC thefts at the Brown Club caused $300,000 in damages.

“Chris and his colleagues at Barton Career Advisors continue to demonstrate their commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. Whether it’s through volunteering, philanthropic efforts, or being an advocate for the Clubs in the community” says George Krupanski, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. “The enthusiasm, creativity and leadership Chris offers definitely puts the ‘fun’ in every initiative we undertake. His efforts have focus and purpose. Barton Career Advisors provides an excellent role model of giving back to one’s community” Krupanski went on to say.

Those wishing to contribute to the giving campaign can visit the giving web page- Donate Here!

Check out the video that started the campaign with our President, Chris Barton singing the Christmas Song!

Barton Career Advisors Holiday Appeal Raises Funds for Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs

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Barton Career Advisors announced yesterday that its holiday fundraising appeal for the Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs had raised $1,690 exceeding their goal of $1,500 by New Year’s Day.

“The clubs are always in need of financial support from the community and we thought this would be a fun way to help,” said Chris Barton, President Barton Career Advisors. “Little did we know that our program launched just before Christmas would be so important. The recent vandalism at the Brown Club is terrible.”

Barton, a former Boys & Girls Clubs Board Member, explained that his firm has decided to extend the fundraising appeal through the end of January. The company has set up a giving page that directs funds to the clubs. Recent HVAC thefts at the Brown Club caused $300,000 in damages.

“Chris and his colleagues at Barton Career Advisors continue to demonstrate their commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. Whether it’s through volunteering, philanthropic efforts, or being an advocate for the Clubs in the community” says George Krupanski, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. “The enthusiasm, creativity and leadership Chris offers definitely puts the ‘fun’ in every initiative we undertake. His efforts have focus and purpose. Barton Career Advisors provides an excellent role model of giving back to one’s community” Krupanski went on to say.

Those wishing to contribute to the giving campaign can visit the giving web page- Donate Here!

Check out the video that started the campaign with our President, Chris Barton singing the Christmas Song!

Barton Career Advisors Holiday Appeal Raises Funds for Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs

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Barton Career Advisors announced yesterday that its holiday fundraising appeal for the Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs had raised $1,690 exceeding their goal of $1,500 by New Year’s Day.

“The clubs are always in need of financial support from the community and we thought this would be a fun way to help,” said Chris Barton, President Barton Career Advisors. “Little did we know that our program launched just before Christmas would be so important. The recent vandalism at the Brown Club is terrible.”

Barton, a former Boys & Girls Clubs Board Member, explained that his firm has decided to extend the fundraising appeal through the end of January. The company has set up a giving page that directs funds to the clubs. Recent HVAC thefts at the Brown Club caused $300,000 in damages.

“Chris and his colleagues at Barton Career Advisors continue to demonstrate their commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. Whether it’s through volunteering, philanthropic efforts, or being an advocate for the Clubs in the community” says George Krupanski, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. “The enthusiasm, creativity and leadership Chris offers definitely puts the ‘fun’ in every initiative we undertake. His efforts have focus and purpose. Barton Career Advisors provides an excellent role model of giving back to one’s community” Krupanski went on to say.

Those wishing to contribute to the giving campaign can visit the giving web page- Donate Here!

Check out the video that started the campaign with our President, Chris Barton singing the Christmas Song!

Barton Career Advisors Holiday Appeal Raises Funds for Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs

  by    0   0

Barton Career Advisors announced yesterday that its holiday fundraising appeal for the Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs had raised $1,690 exceeding their goal of $1,500 by New Year’s Day.

“The clubs are always in need of financial support from the community and we thought this would be a fun way to help,” said Chris Barton, President Barton Career Advisors. “Little did we know that our program launched just before Christmas would be so important. The recent vandalism at the Brown Club is terrible.”

Barton, a former Boys & Girls Clubs Board Member, explained that his firm has decided to extend the fundraising appeal through the end of January. The company has set up a giving page that directs funds to the clubs. Recent HVAC thefts at the Brown Club caused $300,000 in damages.

“Chris and his colleagues at Barton Career Advisors continue to demonstrate their commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. Whether it’s through volunteering, philanthropic efforts, or being an advocate for the Clubs in the community” says George Krupanski, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. “The enthusiasm, creativity and leadership Chris offers definitely puts the ‘fun’ in every initiative we undertake. His efforts have focus and purpose. Barton Career Advisors provides an excellent role model of giving back to one’s community” Krupanski went on to say.

Those wishing to contribute to the giving campaign can visit the giving web page- Donate Here!

Check out the video that started the campaign with our President, Chris Barton singing the Christmas Song!

Barton Career Advisors Holiday Appeal Raises Funds for Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs

  by    0   0

Barton Career Advisors announced yesterday that its holiday fundraising appeal for the Greater Wilmington Boys & Girls Clubs had raised $1,690 exceeding their goal of $1,500 by New Year’s Day.

“The clubs are always in need of financial support from the community and we thought this would be a fun way to help,” said Chris Barton, President Barton Career Advisors. “Little did we know that our program launched just before Christmas would be so important. The recent vandalism at the Brown Club is terrible.”

Barton, a former Boys & Girls Clubs Board Member, explained that his firm has decided to extend the fundraising appeal through the end of January. The company has set up a giving page that directs funds to the clubs. Recent HVAC thefts at the Brown Club caused $300,000 in damages.

“Chris and his colleagues at Barton Career Advisors continue to demonstrate their commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. Whether it’s through volunteering, philanthropic efforts, or being an advocate for the Clubs in the community” says George Krupanski, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. “The enthusiasm, creativity and leadership Chris offers definitely puts the ‘fun’ in every initiative we undertake. His efforts have focus and purpose. Barton Career Advisors provides an excellent role model of giving back to one’s community” Krupanski went on to say.

Those wishing to contribute to the giving campaign can visit the giving web page- Donate Here!

Check out the video that started the campaign with our President, Chris Barton singing the Christmas Song!