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Deloitte returns to pre-crisis hiring levels

Deloitte chief predicts a sustained recovery

Jim Quigley

Deloitte global CEO Jim Quigley said the accounting giant will soon return to
pre-crisis hiring levels.

Quigley told Fox Business Network that despite some uncertainties, a
sustained economic recovery had begun.

“We’re going to hire over 10,000 people in the US in the next 12 months,” he
said.

“What I feel good about is we’re returning our planned hiring to financial
crisis levels. Obviously we had to reset our cost structure because we’re not
recession proof, we scaled back our hiring over the past two years, but our plan
is to return back to those pre-crisis hiring levels.”

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