ATLANTA, September 10, 2012 – A new study released today by Randstad finds many U.S. companies are more committed to utilizing a mix of permanent and contingent workers as a long-term business strategy in the post-recession economy. The study also found many workers are choosing to work in a contingent capacity and finding higher job satisfaction from doing so. These new findings are part of the first annual Randstad Workforce 360 Study of 225 human resource managers and 2,035 employed adults, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Randstad.