Re: A contracting season?

Subject: Re: A contracting season?
From: Michael Andrew Uhl <uhl -at- VISLAB -dot- EPA -dot- GOV>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 1997 13:22:43 -0700

Mid-to-late January and July are busy months because
many corporation's fiscal years end December 31 or
June 30. It's in January and July that there's
new money in the budget.

...this from a former STC Job Bank manager and
experience job hunter.

-Mike
--
Michael Andrew Uhl (919) 541-4283
Lead Technical Writer, Lockheed Martin
U.S. EPA Scientific Visualization Center &
National Environmental Supercomputing Center
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina USA


David B. Demyan wrote:
>
> Just an observation, no facts to back it up, but...
>
> Seems like I remember getting the most new jobs starts in January and
> July. These are not spring, so I don't think it supports any budding
> hypo-
> thesis. Just seems to be busier then. I always guessed that since I have
>
> been in the business a long time, and since I can put out fires, it was
> related to the two times of year when clients are likely to get into
> trouble:
> January, because they put off making decisions during the end-of-year
> holidays, and July because all of the regular staff are going on
> vacation.
>
> Dave.
>
> Sella Rush wrote:

...

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