For many people, job satisfaction is based on several factors. Yet, others stress salary as key. Where do YOU fit? Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides are the subject of today’s post.

Due to reader interest, we have posted often about salaries. For example:

 

Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides by Field and Salary Level

Robert Half is an employment specialist. And it helps place full- and part-time professionals. Each  year, the firm produces salary guides in 5 key areas [Note: Fill out a free login for each guide that you click]:

Accounting & Finance. In this guide, “you find detailed starting salary ranges for more than 190 positions and insight into emerging hiring trends. And see how a candidate’s skill set, experience level, and other factors can affect compensation.”

Administrative. In this guide, “get accurate starting salary ranges for 60 administrative roles, hiring insights, and the information you need to land the best  job. Also, you’ll find data to customize pay for over 140 cities nationwide.”

Creative & Marketing. In this guide, “get in-depth salary data to help you make the best career decisions, including starting salary figures for 85 positions and insights into the latest hiring trends. And you can customize salaries for more than 140 U.S. cities.”

Legal. In this guide, “get starting salary ranges for nearly 50 legal positions so you can negotiate the best pay package. And you can use the guide to customize pay levels for dozens of cities across the U.S.”

Technology & IT. In this guide, “see starting salary ranges for nearly 80 jobs in the tech industry. And learn about the hottest benefits and perks. Discover what trends will impact your job search. Also, customize salaries for over 140 U.S. cities.”

 

Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides: Creative & Marketing

Evans on Marketing focuses on marketing. Thus, this section focuses on marketing. Yet, it also includes creative fields.

To learn more, check the salary data in the table. Indeed, it is a portion of the listing in the creative & marketing guide! {Note: This material is (C) Robert Half International Inc.]

Next, click here for a salary calculator YOU can customize! Use the Robert Half Salary Calculator to determine the starting salary for a job you’re pursuing. Customize the salary range by experience level and location for an accurate look at what you can earn.”

Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides
Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides

 

Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides

7 Replies to “Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides”

  1. I think this post is very useful because as a college student aspiring to be in the finance field I had a chance to see that your salary really depends on your skill level and position you acquire. These links are very convenient especially for college freshman who still have time to change their major or are undecided on what they want to do, but do know they want to make a certain amount of money. Everyone should check out these links as I found them very interesting.

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  2. Playing around with the customized salary calculator on Robert Half’s website showed me that many different factors play into the range one can expect. I manipulated my desired position’s seniority level, location, and areas of specialization to better refocus my goals.

  3. This is a very useful post when trying to find more information on salaries in job fields that you’re interested in pursuing. These links help especially younger college students plan out what it is that they want to do in the future.

  4. I played around with the salary calculator for accounting jobs and pin pointed it to my situation in a few years. I compared salaries between audit jobs in New York City vs. Long Island and saw the salary is higher working in New York City. It was not surprising because the standard of living in NYC is significantly higher than living on Long Island. I have always wanted to live on Long Island and work but working in the city sounds interesting after reading this post.

  5. I attended my brother’s graduation from Villanova in May 2017. Michael Bloomberg stated in his commencement address to the graduates, “Don’t take a job based on salary. Take the job that you’ll enjoy working at and then work like crazy”. Although salary is important when looking for a job it isn’t the only thing. I hope to find a position where I make a good salary but I can grow and do well with the company.

  6. For me, salary is an important factor of my future career. I’m an accounting major and I’m interested in pursuing audit/assurance. This calculator allowed me to see the salary I can expect to see when I graduate in 2020. I really found this calculator useful because of all the factors it takes into consideration. I also really liked being able to see the difference in salary when I changed the job title from “audit/assurance” to “tax services.” Also, seeing how the location would affect my salary was also interesting.

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