SOURCE: Hire International, Inc.

June 27, 2012 17:25 ET

Hire Experiences Steady Growth in Direct Placement Business

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - Jun 27, 2012) - Hire International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TLAN) ("Hire" or the "Company") today announced it has continued to see strong demand for technical talent in the manufacturing and high tech industries.

According to Hire International's CEO, Chris Beck, "SOAR Consulting experienced 16.7% growth in revenues during the first quarter of 2012 and we see this growth trend continuing in the second quarter." SOAR is Hire International's direct placement division which specializes in recruiting former military technicians and industry experienced talent. "Current customers are experiencing challenges in identifying highly skilled technical talent in the marketplace. With the continued growth in manufacturing, it is becoming very difficult for companies to find skilled maintenance technicians and field service engineers. SOAR creates value by filling the void by providing candidates that possess the right skill sets and are military trained technicians." SOAR will continue to focus on developing new business in the manufacturing and high technology sectors throughout the remainder of 2012. 

About Hire International:

Based in Austin, Texas -- Hire International, Inc. ( provides world class permanent placement recruiting, contingent staffing, employee leasing and benefits management services, and proprietary talent acquisition technology solutions to small, medium sized businesses and multi-national corporations in multiple states and countries.

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