AT A GLANCE

  • 71% of survey respondents want to engage more online workers
  • Of those who wish to onboard more workers, 61% plan to increase spend by 50% or more
  • Total estimated global spend in 2009 on online staffing was approximately $250 million

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January 01, 2013

Online Job Growth

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Online staffing brought in a new set of workers, which was not previously possible, either technically or economically.

As per a survey, 71% of the respondent want to engage more online workers, whereas the remainder either preferred to stay at the same level or less. Out of those that wish to onboard more online workers, 61% of the survey respondent plan to increase their spend by 50% or more.

Online staffing triggered investments by the companies.  Total estimated global spend in 2009 was $250 million (approx.), whereas 2012 total investment increased around four times to $1 billion.

Online Job Posting Year-over-Year and Index

Online Job Posting Year-over-Year and Index

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