Seattle – Downtown, Northgate, Pill Hill, South Lake Union

Seattle – Downtown, Northgate, Pill Hill, South Lake Union

by Marketing Team | June 11, 2018

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Seattle staffing recruiting jobsWashington’s largest city, Seattle, and rapidly growing areas such as Downtown, Northgate, Pill Hill, and South Lake Union, continue to be exciting places to work!

Anywhere there’s employment activity, you’ll find PACE representing some of the area’s most sought after employers and job seekers. Seattle is known for employment stability, having a knowledge-based economy and diverse opportunity. Seattle businesses have strong momentum and a focus on technology and innovation. The employment market in Seattle has grown consistently at an average rate of 3% per year and accounts for 63% of jobs state wide. There’s no doubt that the job market in Seattle is healthy and growing! While Seattle has been an epicenter for technology companies, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Professional Services can also be attributed to this economic growth.

We regularly fill temporary, direct hire, and arrange for temp to hire auditions with the top local talent – including several of our healthcare clients located on Pill Hill, Ballard or North Seattle. PACE represents fast growing Seattle employers in healthcare, technology, business and professional services! We represent job seekers looking for the “right fit’ in all areas of administration, finance, accounting,  marketing, and customer service across Seattle and more!

 

PACE connects Seattle (Downtown Northgate Pill Hill South Lake Union) including  employers with top talent daily!

DIRECT HIRE  ⋅  TEMP TO HIRE AUDITIONS  ⋅ TEMPORARY STAFFCONTRACT/PROJECT TEAMS

If you’re looking for a job or need to hire special talent to work in Seattle – let’s connect!

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