Kforce Research Reveals In-Demand Technology and Finance & Accounting Skills for 2014

Kforce Research Reveals In-Demand Technology and Finance & Accounting Skills
for 2014

TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 2, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kforce Inc. (Nasdaq:KFRC), a
professional staffing and solutions firm, identifies the top technology and
finance & accounting skills in demand in its 2014 Salary and Employment
Guides. Through research and experience working with employers nationwide,
Kforce also uncovers the top cities seeing the most demand for professionals
in these skill areas, as well as positions experiencing the highest salary

Technology Skills In Demand           Top 10 Cities
                                     1. Charlotte, NC
Project management                    2. New York, NY
Development                           3. Columbus, OH
Analysis                              4. Chicago, IL
                                     5. Madison, WI
                                     6. Tampa, FL
                                     7. Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
                                     8. Boston, MA
                                     9. San Francisco, CA
                                     10. Seattle, WA
Finance & Accounting Skills In Demand Top 10 Cities
Accounting                            1. Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable  2. New York, NY
Analysis                              3. St. Louis, MO
                                     4. Houston, TX
                                     5. Pittsburgh, PA
                                     6. Tampa, FL
                                     7. San Antonio, TX
                                     8. San Diego, CA
                                     9. Boston, MA
                                     10. Milwaukee, WI

The guides also highlight a recent Kforce survey showing that 58 percent of
recruiters say in-demand professionals only stay on the market 20 days or less
– with some reports of five days or less on the market. Seventy-one percent of
Kforce recruiters surveyed also report that these in-demand professionals get
one to three job offers before accepting a job opportunity.

"With the unemployment rate for highly skilled workers in STEM (science,
technology, engineering and math) areas below four percent, employers are
finding that they must focus on compressing the time between interview, offer
and start date to ensure the candidate identified as the right fit, is the one
who ultimately accepts and starts in the position," says Randy Marmon, Kforce
Chief Customer Officer. "Kforce has found that employers can increase their
competitive advantage and meet strategicbusiness initiatives by adjusting
their hiring strategies to attract, secure and retain this group of
specialized professionals."

View our infographics to learn more about the skill areas in demand for 2014,
cities seeing the most intense competition for top professionals, as well as
positions with the highest salary increases.

*Members of the media can request a free copy of the Salary and Employment
Guide by emailing marketing@kforce.com

About Kforce

Kforce (Nasdaq:KFRC) is a professional staffing and solutions firm
specializing in the areas of technology, finance & accounting and health
information management for commercial and government organizations.
Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Kforce has been matching job seekers and
employers since 1962. Today, Kforce provides staffing services and innovative
solutions through more than 60 offices located throughout the United States
and one in the Philippines. With a commitment to "Great People = Great
Results", Kforce is dedicated to being the Firm most respected by those we
serve. For more information, please visit www.kforce.com.

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         Danielle Rotolo
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         Michael Blackman
         Chief Corporate Development Officer

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