High-profit design firms invest in in-house training

June 22, 2009 |

Forty-three percent of high-profit architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms have in-house training staff, according to a study by ZweigWhite. The 2008-2009 Successful Firm Survey reports that only 36% of firms overall have in-house training staff. In addition, 52% of high-profit firms use an online training system or service. The survey defines a high-profit firm as a firm with an average annual profitability of 15% or more for the past three years.

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