.NET developers will be in hot demand next year, according to Randstad USA's list of 15 most sought after jobs for 2024. These workers will receive a salary of $83,144 – 141,758 based on their role. The full list: .NET...
The average starting salary for class of 2022 bachelor's degree recipients was $60,028, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Summer 2023 Salary Survey report. That's up 7.4% compared to the previous year and a big...
U.S. employers plan to increase worker pay by 3.8% on average in 2024, according to Payscale's 8th annual Salary Budget Survey. So far in 2023, pay increases have averaged 4.0%. Salary increase budgets for next year will be the same...
Salary transparency in job postings is a top priority for U.S. jobseekers, according to new research from Adzuna. The latest survey results add to a growing collection of data showing how much workers value this transparency, even as U.S....
Salaries for U.S. employers could lag behind inflation in 2023, according to a new survey from Mercer. The majority (80%) of organizations are beginning to determine their 2023 annual increase budget, and overall salaries are going up. The average...
Salaries are rising despite economic concerns according to new research released by Robert Half. The 2023 Salary Guide revealed that pay continues to be a top priority for workers as companies navigate a tough labor market. Almost half (46%) of...
Only 64% of organizations gave base pay raises in 2020, and roughly the same percentage plan to give raises this year, according to PayScale’s 2021 Compensation Best Practices Report. This number is down from 2019, when 82% of organizations...
Doctors have nabbed 8 of the top 20 highest-paid jobs, according to LinkedIn’s State of Salary 2017 report. LinkedIn pulled data from two million members to compare salaries by job title, education, industry, location, and other factors. Here are...
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