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Where the Jobs Are report shows increased hiring in Central North Carolina
August 25, 2005
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Durham -- In advance of the North Carolina state unemployment report, Adecco, a the staffing industry market leader in the U.S. and the world, announced it is seeing increased demand for employees in Durham, Roxboro and Burlington for a range of positions in the manufacturing, human resources, and pharmaceutical industries. Central North Carolina is one of many areas across the country where Adecco is responding to a growing need for contingent workers from a wide variety of employers.

Debbie White, Adecco area director in central North Carolina, says, "New companies entering the area have brought growth to the local economy and a surge of new job opportunities. We are seeing strong demand for assembly and production workers across Durham, Roxboro and Burlington from manufacturing and pharmaceutical companies."

While these positions are mostly long-term temporary assignments, many are temp-to-hire, meaning workers can parlay their experience into a full-time job. Adecco is also seeing an abundance of temp-to-hire and permanent positions stemming from its professional services branch in Durham. Human resources professionals, administrative professionals, marketing managers and clerical positions are all in strong demand in the Research Triangle Park area.

"Durham, Roxboro and Burlington continue to show an upward economic trend as jobs become increasingly available. It is a great time to evaluate your current employment situation and utilize the services of a staffing firm like Adecco to ensure you are in an ideal job with growth potential."

Adecco releases its "Where the Jobs Are" report in advance of the state unemployment reports to provide more depth and breadth to the employment picture in selected regions. The report is based on interviews with Adecco recruiters across the country and consists of press releases that report on hiring trends in regions experiencing employment growth. The trends in these regions are not intended to be indicators of nationwide trends.

 
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