Online Salary Survey for Accounting, Finance and Banking Launched

Accounting, finance and banking professionals have a chance to voice their experience and opinions about salaries in this year’s survey from CareerBank.com.

The survey, which covers everything from how people are finding jobs to how large raises have been in the past year, is now online and accepting responses throughout the summer. A report on the results will be released by CareerBank.com in the fall.

CareerBank.com has conducted this survey for five years; last year more than 2,900 professionals took part in the survey. The site predicts a record number of respondents to this year’s survey.

The survey is online at www.careerbank.com

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