Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the five years to 2015, industry revenue has fluctuated because of strenuous labor market conditions in the United States. The onset of the recession caused many businesses to restructure operations, including downsizing staff numbers, in order to resuscitate flailing profit margins. However, the industry was quick to recover, as corporate profit rebounded and business confidence increased. More companies reduced risk with smaller commitments to staff, using temporary staff instead of permanent full-time employees. In the five years to 2020, the industry is expected to continue growing... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The regional spread of industry establishments and employment closely resemble population distribution across the country. The distribution of revenue generally positively correlates with the number of establishments within a region. But some regions, such as the Mid-Atlantic and West, have higher revenue per establishment as a result of the relatively high-value jobs in those regions.
The Southeast region is home to 25.2% of industry establishments, the largest portion attributable to any region. The percentage is in line with the Southeast's share of the population, which accounts for 25.5% of the United States. Within the Southeast, Florida maintains a dominant presence, accounting for just under a quarter of regional industry employment... purchase to read more