The national unemployment rate was at a low in the beginning of the 2020 calendar year. However, three months into the year was March, where the entire global market juxtaposed the earlier, fiscal trajectory. For the next few months, most corporations and smaller businesses saw it hard to remain operating due to the cost of overhead and the lack of revenue coming in, as their clients stop purchasing. Luckily, the manufacturing industry was deemed essential to sustain everyday life, which to many of TriMech’s clients, was a saving grace. Despite being essential, our clients did not scrape by unscathed, and many were needing flexibility by limiting a company's overhead. That's where Staffing came in since many wanted to learn more about the use of contractors in their workspace.