TROY, Mich. (AP) — Temporary worker staffing agency Kelly Services Inc. said Wednesday that it posted a first-quarter profit in contrast to a loss a year ago as the economy continues to improve.

Kelly provides temporary workers to companies in a wide array of industries. CEO Carl Camden said in a statement that the company continues "to see evidence of a solid, sustainable economic recovery." He also said Kelly's revenue growth for the quarter confirms that it is on track for a profitable year. Kelly Services reported net income of $26.1 million last year.

Camden also said that employers will remain cautious about hiring more workers until full confidence in the economy is restored, which favors the temporary staffing industry. "We intend to capitalize on the opportunities presented," he said

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