JOBS IN WASHINGTON, DC
For over 30 years, American Recruiting & Consulting Group has been a local staffing agency in Washington, DC offering temp agency, staffing agency and other employment agency opportunities. Whether you are searching for a job in Washington, DC, or you are looking to hire the top talent in the market, contact our Washington, DC office today to learn how our full service national recruitment agency can help you.
Washington, DC Employment Facts
- Washington, DC population: 650,000+
- Unemployment Rate: 7.4%
- At any given moment there are more than 70,000 jobs posted online, either directly or through various staffing and temp agencies
- There are several companies listed in Fortune 1000, headquartered in the city
- Most popular industries in Washington, DC are Government, Computer Systems Design, Management, Architectural, Engineering, Scientific Research, Data Processing, Information Technology, Communications
Staffing Services Offered
- Temp and Temp to Perm
- Contract and Contract to Hire
- Permanent Placement
- Total Outsourced Consulting Services
- Our exclusive research recruitment model (Recruitment Intelligence™)
We provide these recruitment and staffing solutions in the following areas
- Information Technology
- Accounting and Finance
- Sales and Marketing
- Executive Management
- Operations and Administration
- As Well As Others
About Washington, DC
On July 16, 1790, Congress declared the District of Columbia to be the permanent capital of the United States of America and has been ever since. The city is a tourists dream with tons of museums like the Smithsonian Institute, a network comprised of 19 museums including the National Zoo, will give you plenty to do. If you are a first time visitor, you can't leave without first visiting Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, or Capitol Hill. A city that is rich with history, Washington DC is one of the more interesting cities in the world to visit.
- Washington D.C. is home to five major sport teams, Nationals (baseball), Wizards (basketball) Redskins (football) and Capitols (hockey) and DC United (soccer)
- Ford's Theatre, a current working theatre that is run by the National Park Service and receives over 1 million visitors per year, is the location where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated
- President George Washington oversaw the construction of the White House, but was the only President to not live there.
- A 2007 Brookings Institute study found that Washington, DC is considered one of the most walk-able cities in the U.S.
- There are around 200 museums in Washington, DC