7 Positions You Didn’t Know Staffing Companies Could Fill

We’ve discovered a lot of people outside of the staffing industry know very little about staffing. This is surprising considering U.S. staffing revenue will hit $160 billion in 2018, up from $126.8 billion in 2012, according to Staffing Industry Analysts.

Here’s a question I’ve been asked more than a few times: “Do staffing companies only staff unskilled, temporary work?” Some do yes, but it’s an enormous industry.

Employment and placement services staff all kinds of positions (full-time, permanent, contract-to-hire, etc.), it doesn’t matter what your expertise is—there’s probably a position— and staffing company for you.

You might be surprised to find your industry or profession in this list below.


Possible Position: Apparel Designer

Apparel Designers as well as buyers, customer service specialists and store managers and all find their next gigs through a staffing company specializing in retail.



Possible Position: Brand Narrative Writer

Many tech and IT staffing companies also staff full-time copywriters, technical writers, content strategist, proofreaders, and even brand narrative writers.


Food & Drink

Possible Position: Regional Sales Rep for a Craft Brewery

When it comes to food and drink staffing it’s more than catering and party staffing. Many companies place job seekers in positions as brand representatives, sales analysts and even Director of Spirits at a beverage company.


Art & Design 

Possible Position: Art Director at a hip startup

Find a creative staffing company in your city and you could find yourself at a hip startup doing work you never thought possible.



Possible Position: CNC Machinist

Many companies specialize in manufacturing positions with flexible or long-term contracts for positions in the manufacturing sector.



Possible Position: Travel Mother/Baby RN in Denver

There are many staffing companies that specialize in healthcare staffing—and even more specifically—travel nursing. Travel staffing companies can help candidates find housing and obtain licenses, along with a rewarding career.


Real Estate/Property Manager 

Possible Position: Property Manager at a swanky apartment building in Minneapolis

Believe it or not there are companies that specialize in filling  property management positions. Maintenance technicians, concierges and leasing consultants can all find positions through a staffing company.


We’ve worked with many companies such as these and we’d love to work with you! Contact Staffing Robot today, we love chatting about the industry.




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