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HIRING INTENTIONS AT 29-PERCENT LEVEL IN NEW SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN SURVEY

HIRING INTENTIONS AT 29-PERCENT LEVEL IN NEW SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN SURVEY
 LATHRUP VILLAGE, Mich., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Somewhat mirroring national data that the economy may be growing at an accelerated pace, a just-completed survey of more than 1,000 Southeast Michigan businesses showed 29 percent of the respondents indicated they intend to increase hiring of full-time employees in the upcoming quarter, according to Prince E. Holliday, president, METROSTAFF Temporary Personnel Services, which conducted the survey.
 Some 64 percent of the companies indicated their hiring intentions would stay the same compared with the previous quarter; just 7 percent said they would decrease their full-time employment.
 The survey further indicated 27 percent of the respondents would also increase their hiring of temporary employees; 64 percent said temporary employment would stay the same; and only 9 percent plan to reduce hiring temporary personnel. "Strong temporary employee hiring intentions are seen by many analysts as a positive sign that full-time employment increases will soon follow," said Holliday.
 Most of the increase in full-time hiring intentions were for technical, clerical and management jobs. The largest job classification categories showing increases were for engineers, followed by clerical and technical. METROSTAFF has been a leading provider of temporary personnel staffing in Southeast Michigan for more than 20 years.
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 /CONTACT: Prince E. Holliday of METROSTAFF, 313-569-8700; or the office of RGS Marketing/Communications, 313-591-1995, for METROSTAFF/ CO: METROSTAFF Temporary Personnel Services ST: Michigan IN: SU:


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