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Salary survey, spring 2005

Benchmark yourself against colleagues and leading lights in the spring 2005 salary survey.

Six months ago the Accountancy Age/Robert Half Accounting & Finance salary survey appeared to herald double-digit salary growth across the profession. But despite rumblings of a war for talent, salaries have remained virtually static – and in some cases have fallen.

The spring 2005 salary survey offers you the chance to benchmark yourself against your colleagues and the leading lights.

Click on the feature and comment articles below or download the survey as it appeared in Accountancy Age magazine as a .pdf file.

Link: Download the spring 2005 salary survey here

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