Recruitment Intelligence™, a division of ARC Group, is a research and sourcing solution that is revolutionizing the way companies acquire their most valuable resource: People. As they say, “knowledge is power,” and we couldn’t agree more. That’s why we’ve developed a recruitment methodology that enables employers to gain access to the 85% of passive candidates in the market.
Staffing Agencies San Francisco
Our unique recruiting solution allows companies to hire the most qualified professionals in the market place, all at a fraction of the cost of traditional recruitment firms and staffing agencies.
San Francisco Employment Facts
- San Francisco population: 850k+ (8.6 million in metro area)
- Unemployment Rate: 3.7%
- At any given moment there are more than 55,000 jobs posted online, either directly or through various staffing and temp agencies
- There are twenty companies in the metro area that are listed in Fortune 500
- Most popular industries in San Francisco are high technology, financial, biotechnology, tourism, fashion apparel, health care, education and restaurants
Recruitment Intelligence provides our trademarked sourcing solution in the following disciplines:
- Information Technology
- Accounting and Finance
- Sales and Marketing
- Executive Management
- Operations and Administration
- Restaurant / Hospitality
- As well as many others
About San Francisco
Whether you visit or live in San Francisco, you are sure to enjoy the culture and the local activities one can partake in. Visit the beautiful San Francisco bay or relive the days of the Grateful Dead at the Fisherman's Wharf. If music isn't your thing, then you can catch a sporting event with the San Francisco Giants, San Fransciso 49'ers or even the Oakland Athletics and Oakland Raiders. For even more fun, you can visit the infamous prison, Alcatraz. Of course if you are in the field of Information Technology, there may be no better place in the world to be than in Silicon Valley, a geographical area that San Francisco is a part of.
- The Chinese fortune cookie was invented by a Japanese resident of San Francisco
- San Francisco was part of Mexico until the Mexican-American War in 1848
- The globally famous band, the Beatles, gave their last full concert at Candlestick Park on August 29, 1966
- The city's cable cars transport 9.7 million people around the city every year and are the only National Historical Monument that can move
- During the Depression, not a single bank based in San Francisco failed. Business was good enough for them to build the Oakland Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge during the Depression