SMS members, recruiters and managers can now get an even better sense of where the best candidates are in their search for the right role, according to an industry newsletter.
The new guide, released this week by the American Society of Professional SMS Staffing, gives a detailed look at each SMS position, offering insight into how much time and effort is being put into each role.
“The AASSM’s new SMS Leadership Survey is the most comprehensive look at hiring and staffing at a national level since the survey was first conducted in 2008,” the newsletter said.
“As the nation’s SMS workforce has grown, our leadership survey shows that the top jobs are still the most challenging and rewarding.”
The survey also looks at how the workforce is performing, including the level of pay and benefits, and offers advice for staffing organizations.
The survey, which is only available in its final stages, is designed to provide managers with the latest information on staffing and the SMS industry.
“There are a lot of new jobs coming onto the scene and a lot that people don’t know about,” the American Business Survey Group’s Tom Johnson said.
The SMS leadership survey is the first in a series to offer an in-depth look at what’s happening in the SMM industry.
SMS is a highly-skilled, highly-paid career that has seen a rapid expansion over the last decade.
Since the late 1980s, the number of SMM jobs has risen by more than 300% while the number employed in the field has increased by more about 40%.
In 2017, SMM staffing alone accounted for nearly 1 million jobs in the U.S., with more than 6 million workers.
The sector has been growing steadily for the past decade, with employment growing at more than 10% annually in 2017.
According to the AASM, nearly two-thirds of the nation is now an SMM job, and the average age of an SME jobholder is around 55.
In 2016, the U,S.
Census Bureau reported that there were 5,000 more SMM workers than in 2007, with an average age at job starting at 51.
And there are more than 11,000 SMM employees in the private sector, according the ABA.
The American Business Association is the largest industry association representing the management of SM and SMM companies in the United States.
The ABA is the nation-wide leader in professional, technical, accounting, legal and accounting services.