Salary Trends

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Latest Survey Reveals Companies More Willing to Negotiate Salaries for Top Candidates – If They Can Find Them Companies today are more willing to negotiate salary when hiring skilled job candidates compared to one year ago. In a survey from global staffing firm Robert Half, 41 percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) said they are more open to negotiate starting pay; only 9 percent are less willing.

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6 High Paying Careers For 2015 Infographic

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Salaries in the technology and creative fields are expected to continue their upward trend in 2015, according to the 2015 Salary Guides from staffing specialists Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group. Companies are making larger investments in digital initiatives, turning to big data for decision making, and using innovative interactive advertising campaigns to attract new customers. The result: high-paying career opportunities for professionals with expertise in these hot areas.

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Driver Compensation Survey Shows Trucking Provides Competitive Pay, Benefits

According to new data released today by the American Trucking Associations, median pay for drivers was on par with the national median for all U.S. households, and the industry offers drivers “competitive” benefits. “The data in our Driver Compensation Study, which covered 130 fleets and more than 130,000 drivers, shows that now more than ever, trucking is an excellent career path,” said ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello. “Fleets are raising pay and offering generous benefit packages in order to attract and keep their drivers in the face of a growing driver shortage.”

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2015 Starting Salaries for Legal Jobs Projected to Rise 3 Percent

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2015 Legal Jobs Salary Guide Average starting salaries for legal professionals in the United States are projected to increase 3 percent overall in 2015, according to the just-released Robert Half Legal 2015 Salary Guide. Lawyers at small-to-midsize law firms should see greater-than-average salary gains. Among legal specialists, the largest gains in annual base compensation are expected for compliance directors and contract managers. 

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