We remain optimistic about our prospects and are committed in our belief that temporary staffing penetration, which has improved from 1.34% at the beginning of this economic cycle and is currently 1.9% of the workforce, will achieve historic highs in the U.S. during this economic expansion. In addition, approximately 17% of net job creation in this recovery has been through the temp sector, which bodes very well for us as it indicates a secular shift in how companies acquire and deploy human capital.As we look ahead, we believe there is significant opportunity for continued growth in our Tech and F&A businesses, as well as the long-term growth for our Health Information Management business, which is well positioned for continued success due to the mandated implementation of ICD-10 and electronic medical records. Overall, despite continued mix data on the near-term economic backdrop and our decline in expectations for our government unit, we anticipate continued billing day growth though not at a rate previously anticipated. We remain optimistic about the firm's prospects in what we believe continues to be a secular shift towards a greater use of flexible staffing in an environment of high demand for skilled professionals. Looking ahead, we are pleased with the firm's positioning and our continued opportunity to capture market share.
Kforce Management Discusses Q2 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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