Finance and Accounting Salary Guide
Whether you’re researching the latest accountant salary or a financial planner salary, the Robert Half Salary Guide offers the latest hiring trends and salary averages for the accounting and finance sector.
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Salary trends in accounting and finance today
Companies will need to adjust their salary packages to remain competitive in attracting and retaining staff. In a market that is experiencing skills shortages, top candidates know they are in high demand and can negotiate accordingly.
Top technical skills in demand
The finance and accounting industry sees continuing skills shortages that are driven by a lack of technical expertise. With many financial processing systems either automated or run by new technology, companies are seeking candidates with not just finance skills, but also IT skills to manage such systems.
Soft skills remain important to develop
To remain competitive, finance professionals will need to continuously develop their soft skills and look for new opportunities to expand them. Equally, managers should invest in training to ensure employees’ skills meet today’s business needs.
What's impacting your industry in 2017?
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