Alignment — between talent and opportunity, skills and challenges, prudence and potential — is the key to building a great accounting and finance workforce. However, with the economy in the midst of recovery and employee turnover picking up across industries, it’s also important to align today’s economic realities with employee salary expectations. Our 2014 Salary Guide can help.
Get the facts on today's salary figures.
When searching for accounting and finance staffing, you want experts in their fields. Our guide can make you an expert on compensation. It features the most expansive and accurate collection of salary and compensation data for thous-
ands of today's most critical accounting and finance positions. This data includes average salary range (low, high and average), average salary by company size (small, medium and large), and total cash compensation range (low, high and average).
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You can feel confident in our numbers, as all of the information in our guide is based on real, verifiable hiring and salary metrics from our nationwide branch network, as well as national averages provided by CareerBliss. Other salary guides and calculators are built on government data and public sources, which tend to be inaccurate and behind the times.
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With variance calculators for 70 major cities throughout the country, you can calculate salaries for your specific offices, no matter how many there are or where they are located.
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See the results of our careful analysis of BLS data, internal surveys and the latest market trends to find out where income is headed.
The Parker + Lynch Salary Guide can give you the insight you need to achieve alignment at the negotiating table and recruit and retain the talented accounting and finance professionals you need.