Recruitment Industry Sees Sunny Skies for 2010, Sendouts Survey Finds Recruiters Expect More Job Orders, Greater Fees, More Staff, New Technology

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The recruitment industry overwhelmingly expects 2010 to be a year of sunny skies and good news in the wake of the economic recession, according to a new market study by Sendouts, the leading, single-source provider of staffing and recruiting software for third-party recruiting and staffing firms.

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2010 Recruitment Outlook: Sunshine after the Storm

The recruitment industry overwhelmingly expects 2010 to be a year of sunny skies and good news in the wake of the economic recession, according to a new market study by Sendouts, the leading, single-source provider of staffing and recruiting software for third-party recruiting and staffing firms.

According to the Sendouts study, 72 percent of U.S. recruiters expect to have more job orders in 2010, and nearly 31 percent expect their placement fees to increase as much as 10 percent. A detailed look at the survey's results are available now in the new Sendouts research report, "2010 Recruitment Outlook: Sunshine after the Storm."

"Perhaps because of the flood of candidates into the market during the recession, recruiters don't expect the volume of candidates to rise equal to the number of job orders in 2010," said Don Breckenridge, Jr., President of Sendouts. "This could mean that finding the best candidates for an expanding number of job orders will become even more challenging in the year ahead."
The survey also found that compared with 2009, significant numbers of recruiters expect 2010 to bring:
Increased candidate volume
Better candidate quality
Fees to stay the same or increase
Purchase of a new Applicant Tracking System (ATS) or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution

"The results of this survey are a call to recruiters that although organizations will be hiring again in 2010, the purse strings will be tight, and recruiters will need the best sourcing and ATS solutions to find and land the best candidates quickly and cost-effectively," Breckenridge said.
When asked specifically about changes they see for acquiring new candidates in 2010:

27 percent of all respondents said they expect to add staff
23 percent said they expect to add new technology
10 percent said they expect to outsource

Sendouts helps firms to keep up with the fast-moving growth of Web 2.0 programs and social networking. As a leader in reporting trends in the recruiting industry, Sendouts seeks to help recruiters stay ahead of the curve. Sendouts invites you to download its white paper "2010 Recruitment Outlook: Sunshine after the Storm" to learn what the market sees ahead as the economy improves.

About Sendouts

Sendouts™ is the leading, single source provider of recruiting software for third party staffing and recruiting firms. Sendouts web-based recruiting software enables recruiting firms to streamline their recruiting process, increase productivity, and make more placements. Additionally Sendouts provides unparalleled training and support and is backed by an industry leading 98% customer satisfaction rate. Sendouts clients on average achieve an internal growth rate of 48% and increase job order fill rates by over 20%. Sendouts helps more than 1,000 firms automate and manage the entire recruiting process, from sales to final placement. For more information, visit http://www.sendouts.com or call 877-309-5222.

Press Contact:
Ainslie Gordon, Sendouts
(314) 862-6883 x123

Sales Contact:

Travis Arnold
Sendouts (314) 862-6883 x128

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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