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Take care let's get back to the jobs picture we never really left it did -- joined the company now is Joseph do you rubio with a human resources from -- at.
And group right -- welcome to the program thank you one of the themes -- working on today is mall it's my opinion that we're about to see a wave of layoffs at the state level.
39000 fewer government jobs last month 48000 -- government jobs the month before that.
What his side.
Yes you know I think when when you look at the government sector and we've seen this now for a few months were really sight to see those declines.
And we're hearing about all those cuts so you know I would expect that we're going to continue to disease -- -- not -- a way out of all the way -- -- -- The public sector I believe we're gonna continue to see that yes how about the private sector well what are they gonna hall went -- When if ever in the near future are they gonna -- big news yeah see coming at the private sector it's very interesting what's really happening right now because.
You know we work with about 85% of fortune 500 and those companies.
They have a lot of cash on their books.
But they're not spending the money on hiring not right -- I know what -- think there's a couple of reasons why number one they all have learned.
How to operate some efficiently over the last two years so they've done all the layoffs they're getting by.
With hiring -- people but that's not going to be.
Sustainable for ever -- the problem is.
They're not hiring yet and I think it's because of all the uncertainty that's ends and about wolves well that's a lot of regulation that it is still oil prices are affecting -- You've got even.
The zoning Johnny let's be honest there is certainty though about one thing this administration declare -- businesses and this is the result of that.
Ahead of Dodd-Frank -- laws ahead of the Health Care Reform.
Ahead of the the EPA which is -- -- war ahead of the NLRB who in their right mind would hire anyone.
And I think that's what about the we're seeing the effect I can't say that I disagree with the Charles because.
The companies are just not hiring right now we're not getting into and I they had enough that I they had less tenure here you said that you still sort increase in temporary hiring are you still seeing that.
Now yeah that comes down 121000 frank went up outlook on the 121000 last month so we're already seeing what's happened because.
In 2010 the temporary industry came back strong -- out of any recession.
And it grew about 20% right now.
Now it's growing not about 7% year over year so that has slow down as well.
So companies are still hiring I mean it's not to the point where we're seeing that the -- And the positions that are they are hiring a much more in the professional sectors you know you're still seeing IT -- -- I don't want.
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