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Money Talks: The 2014 Compensation Report

Money Talks THE 2014 COMPENSATION REPORT Bullhorn surveyed 1,337 North American recruiting agency professionals to find our how much money they made last year and how they expect their compensation to change in 2014. To download the full "Money Talks" Compensation Report, visit: goo.gl/dSC51A 84% OF RECRUITING PROFESSIONALS EXPECT 0 THEIR COMPENSATION TO INCREASE IN 2014 O Respondents 69% of Respondents AT LARGE FIRMS IN THE TELECOMS INDUSTRY (75+ RECRUITERS & SALESPEOPLE) EXPECT THEIR SAW AN INCREASE IN 2013 COMPENSATION, (VERSUS JUST 42% IN THE PACKAGING AND SALARIES TO BE TRANSPORT INDUSTRY) CUT THIS YEAR IN TERMS OF JOB FUNCTION, 74% of Operations Heads 52% of CEOS SAW A COMPENSATION INCREASE IN 2013 SAW A COMPENSATION INCREASE IN 2013 (20% SAW A DECREASE) (9% SAW A DECREASE) Average Compensation at Recruiting Agencies in 2013 $154K $145K $109K $92K $75K $74K $73K CEOS SALES RECRUITING ACCOUNT IT RECRUITERS MARKETING VPS MANAGERS MANAGERS MANAGERS MANAGERS LAST YEAR MOST LUCRATIVE HIGHEST AVERAGE COMPENSATION & INDUSTRY FOR CEOS: FOR EXECUTIVES: RETAINED EXECUTIVE SEARCH FINANCE & BUSINESS SERVICES FOR SALESPEOPLE & RECRUITERS: FOR RECRUITERS: CONTINGENT EXECUTIVE SEARCH PHARMA & MARKETING FOR SALESPEOPLE: GOVERNMENT & HEALTHCARE BULLHORN'

Money Talks: The 2014 Compensation Report

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How much money do recruiting agency professionals make - and how has their compensation changed in the past year? Take a look at our infographic, based on the 2014 North American Compensation Report, ...

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