It’s no longer a buyer’s market. As the economy improves, the buyer of contingent labor no longer has the upper hand. It was quite a different story during the recession. Buyers had the pick of the crop, margins were down, talent was available and suppliers of contingent labor were hurting. That has changed. As things improve,  demand for workers especially in IT and healthcare is growing and wages are going up. The difficulty in recruiting talent and increase in wages has resulted in increased
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