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  1. Continued demand for financial professionals and a lack of candidates available for open positions are leading to higher salaries for those with highly sought skills. U.S. average starting salaries for accounting and finance professionals are projected to increase an average of 3.5 percent next year, according to Robert Half’s newly released 2015 Salary Guide. Financial and business systems analysts are in demand, and the market for internal auditors and entry-level accountants also has strengthened.

    In addition to the guide, a related Salary Center and Salary Calculator shed light on hiring and compensation trends for more than 375 accounting, finance and financial services positions. More information about these resources is available in our multimedia news release.

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Summary: You received an offer for a new job with an innovative company. Congratulations! But what if, when handing in your resignation letter, your manager asks you what your new salary is and offers to match it. You don’t hate your present position, so should you stay or should you go?

Summary: You’ve found the perfect position, researched the company, and checked and re-checked your resume. All that hard work paid off — you’ve scored an interview! Now the real work begins. Preparing for an interview can be one of the most stressful parts of your job search, especially if you haven’t interviewed for a job in a few years.

Summary: Thinking about asking your boss for more money and an upgrade to your job title? You’re not alone. In a recent Accountemps study, 43 percent of chief financial officers polled said the number of requests for raises or promotions has increased over the past two years

Summary: Connectitude. Linkativity. Transformitation. Perhaps the funniest thing about Barney Stinson’s invented corporate jargon on the hit TV show “How I Met Your Mother” is that it isn’t very far off from actual workplace buzzwords used across the country.

Summary: Two great positions, two enthusiastic employers and impressive compensation bids — sounds like a dream scenario, right? There’s certainly a lot to feel good about when your boss is willing to compete with a new employer who is also eager to have you join the team. But think twice before agreeing to stay. Regardless of how much your manager sweetens the pot, it’s almost always best to say no to a counteroffer. Here’s why

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