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Survey Reflects Making New Hires In First Half Of 2015

Approximately one-quarter, or 26 percent , of lawyers interviewed for a recent survey believed that their firm or company will be adding legal jobs in the first half of 2015. 190 more words


Strong Labor Market for 2015

“A strengthening labor market will not let up this year, economists say, with job growth approaching or exceeding the estimated 15-year high reached in 2014.”, Paul Davidson for USA Today explains. 46 more words


New Year - New Job?

2015 can bring many exciting new changes for everyone. This could be the year you land your dream job, lucky for you, now is the best time to start your job search.  285 more words


US Employees will Witness Base Salary Increases in 2015, particularly in O & G

I think an important thing to recognize from this article is the increase in turnover rates that companies may see in the year to come. Employees will have more opportunities to choose from with a possibility of a higher base salaries. 229 more words

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Massive Spike in Job Creation in the U.S. Oil & Natural Gas Industry, Policies Permitting

Not only does the oil and natural gas industry support 9.8 million men and women in the United States, the professions are well-paid and highly skilled. 117 more words

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Legal Professionals: A Hint of Positive News

Finally, an optimistic prediction for legal professionals. Up until very recently, the legal field had been hearing overall fairly grim news in terms of compensation. The Laurence Simons Survey, conducted in 2013, came out with news that fortunately looks like a step in the right direction. 104 more words

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When Your Take Away Income Is Not Equal To The Estimated Salary Compensation

Questions related to salary compensation and remuneration are becoming very common these days due to the unpredictable fluctuation in the global economic market. Some industries are packing up or merging with other companies while others are enlarging on the global and domestic scale. 455 more words

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