Airswift named in SIA's Largest US Staffing Firms List

November 3, 2020

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Mountain View, California — November 3, 2020: Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions, has released its 2020 report on the Largest Staffing Firms in the United States.

Ranked by revenue, the report covers firms that generated at least $100 million in US staffing revenue in 2019. This is SIA's 25th annual report on the largest US staffing firms and features 175 companies, marking an increase over the 157 firms included last year.

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We are pleased to announce that Airswift have made the list for seventh consecutive year and have moved up seven places from last year into #63.

Airswift have also previously appeared on the following lists:

  • Largest Staffing Firms in Canada (2019)
  • Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2019)
  • Largest Engineering Staffing Firms in the US (2019)

“The 175 companies in this year’s report represent 63.5% of the market and with a combined revenue of $97 billion indicate an industry well-positioned to weather the impact of the pandemic,” said Barry Asin, SIA President. “As the US navigates and recovers from the current disruption, many organizations will look to utilize temporary and interim workers to meet shifting demand and maintain an active and agile workforce.”

“Prior to this year, the US staffing industry grew steadily from $94 billion to $152 billion as part of the economic expansion from 2010 to 2019, propelled by both cyclical and secular factors,” said Timothy Landhuis, Director of Research, North America at SIA. “Similarly, the number of firms with at least $100 million in US staffing revenue increased from 98 to 175 during the same period, highlighting the achievements of a diverse and remarkable set of companies that have succeeded in growing their operations to significant scale.”

The full 2020 Largest Staffing Firms in the United States report is available for SIA’s Corporate and CWS Council Members.

This post was written by: Betty Givvons-Collinge