Forbes Best Professional Recruiters-01-01

We’re so excited to announce that we were named in Forbes’ ‘Best Professional Recruiting Firms’! Read more to see where Addison Group ranked on their list!

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February 2022 Labor Report Recap - BLS

February Labor Report Recap

The U.S. job market continued to indicate strong employment growth during the month of February 2022. The number of jobs added to the economy rose to 678,000 last month, and the positive trend continued as the unemployment rate lowered to 3.8% from 4.0%. 

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Addison Group Announces Expansion into Salt Lake City

Addison Group, a national leader in professional services specializing in talent and consulting solutions, announces its newest expansion into Salt Lake City, UT. The office opening reflects a continued momentum Addison Group has experienced over the last several years, with 34 physical offices and remote support nationally.

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Addison Group Announces Expansion into Atlanta, GA

Addison Group, a national leader in professional services specializing in talent and consulting solutions, announces its newest expansion into Atlanta, Georgia. The office opening reflects a continued momentum Addison Group has experienced over the last several years, with 34 physical offices and remote support nationally.

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Employee Spotlight: Sydney Parker

In our newest Employee Spotlight, we’re highlighting Sydney Parker, Addison Group’s Human Resources and Administrative Branch Manager for our new Fort Worth office. Read to learn more about her new initiative opening an office in Fort Worth and how we care about building long-lasting relationships with our candidates and clients.

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March 2022 Labor Report Recap

According to the latest employment report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the economy isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The report estimates that 431,000 workers joined the labor force in March; now the total is just 174,000 workers away from returning to pre-pandemic numbers. Another statistic close to reaching pre-pandemic levels is the labor force participation rate, which increased one-tenth of a percentage this month, to 62.4% from 62.3% in February 2020.

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