Industrial design services have been booming in the U.S. as startups are attracting more clients to the sector, according to the latest data from Asrc, a staffing firm that tracks staffing and recruitment.
The firm’s data shows that more than 40 percent of the companies it surveyed reported that they have hired new employees for industrial design services in the last year.
That compares with just under 12 percent in 2016.
The growth in the industry has come amid a boom in demand for the services, which are primarily used by small and midsize firms to create and maintain a cohesive product and to deliver value to customers.
For example, the number of companies using industrial design as a core part of their business grew by more than 80 percent between 2015 and 2016, according Tozier, Toziers data firm.
Tozier defines industrial design service as “a technology-enabled business model that involves a broad range of activities that include manufacturing, design, and maintenance.”
Toziers research shows that, in 2017, more than half of the firms surveyed reported using industrial designers to create products, while almost a quarter said they had hired new staff for the process.
That is a significant increase from the 22 percent of companies surveyed in 2015 who reported having hired new workers for the same purpose.
In contrast, just 8 percent of small businesses said they hired industrial designers in the previous 12 months.
As a result, companies like Tozler’s say that the industry is booming, and it is growing at an unprecedented rate.
The demand for industrial designers is not just for new staff, but also for people who are already part of the team.
The firm’s findings show that the number and growth in industrial design companies is on track to continue to rise.
The growth in 2017 was more than double the rate of the previous year, to more than 7.7 percent, and the company expects that this year will continue to grow at similar rates.
This year, the trend is more than driven by the growing demand for workers, who are increasingly turning to these firms to help them develop new products and services, said Paul Boudreaux, vice president of operations for Asrc.
Boudreux said that the increased demand for services from smaller companies is due to the growing number of new companies, especially those that are in the software and technology space.
The software and tech industry is growing and it’s a growing industry.
We see this demand coming from new and emerging technology companies, and I think that’s what’s driving this demand.
As of this moment, I’m seeing an increase in the number from about 400 to 800 new software and hardware companies a day.
As companies are looking to use industrial design to develop new product lines, they are also looking to hire a diverse group of people.
According to Boudres data, about 75 percent of workers hired for industrial designs are women.
As a result of this growing demand, companies are finding that the labor market is getting more diverse, Boudrey said.
Bodreaux said the rise in demand in the manufacturing and service industries is also contributing to the increased hiring.
For some companies, this has resulted in hiring more people in the industrial design and design services areas.
But for other companies, the increased need for labor is a sign that there is a need for more labor-intensive manufacturing and services.
As more and more companies are searching for labor-efficient products, they need people who can help them do that, he said.
That’s why we see a lot of hiring for industrial designer labor.
That has led to a very diverse workforce.
Bostons research shows there are more than 2.7 million people working in industrial designers, with the majority of those workers being women.
Of those workers, Bostons says about 70 percent are women who are currently employed in the services industry.
According to Bosters data, the workforce of industrial designers was 5.2 percent in 2015, with about 1.8 million people employed in that workforce.
The figure for service industry workers is 7.5 percent, with almost 3 million workers employed.
This trend is not limited to the service industry.
For instance, the United States has experienced a surge in industrial designer jobs, with more than 50 percent of those jobs being filled by women.
The service industry is home to some of the largest and most well-known tech companies, such as Microsoft, Twitter, Pinterest, and Spotify.
According Tozies data, nearly 4.4 million workers were employed in service-sector jobs in 2016, representing 17.3 percent of U.s. workforce.
The rise in the demand for service-industry workers has been accompanied by a decline in demand among the overall workforce, with an estimated 1.7 billion people employed across the U, said Boudreau.
However, the service-worker population is growing in the workforce overall, and this is a result from both the growth in