Hiring in Silicon Valley expected to increase in Q2
Ninety-one percent of employers in Californias Silicon Valley say they plan to increase or keep employment levels at the same numbers, according to an economic survey by West Valley Staffing Group.
By Amanda McGrory-Dixon|March 13, 2012 at 06:23 AM
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Ninety-one percent of employers in California’s Silicon Valley say they plan to increase or keep employment levels at the same numbers, according to an economic survey by West Valley Staffing Group.
This figure is up from 90 percent at the same time from last year. Only 9 percent of respondents expect to cut staffing levels, and this survey marks the fourth straight quarter of reported employment growth. Among the respondents that plan to either add staff or keep the same levels, 39 percent believe their hiring needs will increase while 52 percent of respondents expect their hiring needs to remain steady.
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