• 1/25/2016
  • 12:00 AM
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  • Insights

Our latest research report offers salary data and job descriptions for full time-positions across major industries and functional roles, as well as insights on job market developments and workforce trends.

2016 US Salary Guide

As the economy continues to expand and unemployment numbers continue to decline—along with workers’ job-loss fears—employers can expect to see an increase in employee mobility in 2016. Salaries that have remained stagnant over the past few years will force the best talent to seek higher compensation by moving into other organizations or by taking their talents into higher-paying, in-demand industries such as healthcare, information technology, accounting and finance, and energy. This will place increased demands on organizations to assess compensation in order to attract and retain the best people.

Our Salary Guide is a valuable tool in both assessing current compensation issues and developing your future talent strategy. Featuring the latest salary data and labor market insights, you'll find:

  • Accurate, up-to-date national, regional and local salary data
  • Detailed job descriptions for full-time professional positions
  • Insights on job market trends