New York (June 4, 2004) -- Accounting workers grew more optimistic about the job outlook in May while workers nationwide grew less so, according to data from staffing firm Hudson.

The Hudson Employment Index, which measures the U.S. workforce’s confidence in the employment market, for accounting workers in May climbed to 110.9, up from 108.7 in April. The 2.2 point increase among accounting workers reflects a consistent upward trend that the industry has shown all year, according to Hudson.

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