Staffing Industry Analysts Ranks Therapy Source as One of the Fastest Growing U.S. Staffing Firms for 2016

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Plymouth Meeting, PA — September 7, 2016 — Therapy Source, Inc., the premier national provider of in-person and online therapy staffing services and solutions, has made the Staffing Industry Analyst’s Fastest Growing Staffing Firm list for 2016. This is the 4th year in a row that the company has been included.

From 2011 to 2015, Therapy Source grew at a compound annual growth rate of over 20%, and placed at #85 out of 112 qualifying organizations. They are one of only 11 staffing organizations on the list that fall within the “Allied Health” category.

The fastest growing list is based on staffing revenue, which includes temporary staffing revenue, direct hire, retained search and temp-to-perm conversion fees. To meet the criteria, staffing firms had to post at least $1 million in revenue in 2011, and have compound annual revenue growth of at least 15% between 2011 and 2015.

“This is an exciting achievement for our organization,” said Joshua Cartagenova, Co-Owner and CEO of Therapy Source. “It’s a testament to our exceptional team, and the level of service they provide to both our therapists and our educational clients.”

Stacey Cartagenova, Co-Owner and President of Therapy Source added, “The recognition of being included on this list can be tied directly to our employees’ consistent commitment to excellence. I couldn’t be prouder.”

The 2016 list of fastest-growing U.S. staffing and talent engagement firms was released by Staffing Industry Analysts, the global advisor on contingent work. The complete list and key findings, can be found here:

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About Therapy Source, Inc.
Therapy Source, Inc. is the premier national therapy provider of comprehensive in-person and online staffing services and solutions. A powerful presence in the educational sector since 2001, Therapy Source’s personalized commitment to service – and ability to facilitate rapid therapist placement – have resulted in partnerships with hundreds of school districts across the US. Therapists, psychologists, BCBAs, and special education teachers seeking placement – and schools seeking an agency to assist in filling therapist, psychologist, BCBA, or special education teacher positions – can learn more at

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