STAFFING Businesses For Sale
The staffing industry as of 2006 continues on the upswing. However, it is a cyclical business. Most staffing company owners will tell you that it cycles with the economy and begins a downturn every 5 to 6 years, and conversely an upswing 4 to 5 years after that. Of course, it depends on what specific genre of staffing you are discussing. Industrial staffing companies seem to cycle more closely with the economy and unemployment rates than say, a white collar staffing business or a medical staffing business. IT staffing businesses for sale commanded unprecedented purchase prices in the late 90ís prior to the telecom crash (as much as 20x earnings.) Now that technology is on the upswing again, IT staffing businesses for sale are in vogue again, albeit they are now commanding more reasonable market prices.
Staffing concerns that would comprise this industry can include, but not be limited to, the following:
LibertyExchange.com • 2824 Valley View Ln, Suite 100
• Dallas, TX 75234
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