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David A. Clark

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Sprout/Standish Inc

HQ Phone:  (603) 622-0700

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Sprout/Standish Inc

82 Palomino Lane Suite 503

Bedford, New Hampshire,03110

United States

Company Description

SPROUT/STANDISH, INC., is a management consulting firm with clients throughout North America. The bulk of our work centers on our PrintQuest executive search and the placement of graphic arts professionals into mid to high level management positions. For the m...more

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Prepress: Where are the Jobs Going

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David A. Clark, is president of Sprout/Standish, Inc. and chairman of HireSkills.com.
David has been placing printing professionals into the graphic arts industry for 25 years. Clark offered an interesting historical perspective on hiring and employment activity in the prepress area. During the first 15 years, more than 50 percent of my placement activity was involved in the prepress area - dot etchers, strippers, Scitex/ scanner operators and sales searches (to feed the need for volume that the large separators had). These were very large, stand-alone businesses, some with several hundred employees and multiple plants, he said. With the advent of very powerful Mac based systems, the million dollar prepress soft/hardware systems were rendered extinct and the shift towards the customers doing much of their own work began. During the next 10 years, the number of candidates outpaced the demand and any new jobs created in that area. Many of these workers were faced with either "retooling" their job skills or leaving the industry for other opportunities. Sad, but true, Clark said. David Clark can be reached at 603-622-0700 or by email at DClark@PrintQuest.com.


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"In the mid 1980's into the early1990's, 50 percent of our placements were prepress operators and prepress salesreps," said David Clark, president of Sprout/ Standish, Inc., a national searchfirm that specializes in the graphic arts.
"Forecastspredict that by 2010 an astonishing 25 percent of printing will be digital andthat most of this will be sent in via web portals," said David Clark, presidentof Sprout/Standish.


Prepress: Where are the Jobs Going

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David A. Clark,is president of Sprout/Standish, Inc. and chairman of HireSkills.com.
David hasbeen placing printing professionals into the graphic arts industry for 25years. Clark offered an interesting historical perspective on hiring andemployment activity in the prepress area. ÒDuring thefirst 15 years, more than 50 percent of my placement activity was involved inthe prepress area - dot etchers, strippers, Scitex/ scanner operators andsales searches (to feed the need for volume that the large separators had). hese were very large, stand-alone businesses, some with several hundredemployees and multiple plants,Ó he said. ÒWith the adventof very powerful Mac based systems, the million dollar prepress soft/hardwaresystems were rendered extinct and the shift towards the customers doing much oftheir own work began. During the next 10 years, the number of candidatesoutpaced the demand and any new jobs created in that area. Many of theseworkers were faced with either "retooling" their job skills orleaving the industry for other opportunities. Sad, but true,Ó Clark said.



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