Job Outlook Great for Accounting and Finance Workers

Considering new opportunities, accounting and finance professionals? We have good news for you.

With the right skills, you’re in an excellent position to be hired, and at a pay increase, according to the latest job market forecasts. For example, Execu|Search recruiting firm surveyed more than 200 companies across a wide variety of industries. They found 79% of companies plan to increase compensation for accounting staff in 2015.

The Most In-Demand Skills…and the Biggest Challenge

According to the survey, the most needed technical skills include technical accounting, internal auditing, financial planning and analysis, regulatory reporting, and SEC reporting.

As for a hiring manager’s greatest challenge? “Finding qualified candidates.

In a market where technical skills are in high demand, and requirements can be quite specific, professional staffing firms can help relieve that burden for both the job seeker and the hiring company.

Placing Qualified Candidates: A Proven Track Record

When it comes to placing qualified accounting and finance workers, as well as engineering and IT workers, TRC Staffing Service’s Raleigh location excels. The Raleigh TRC franchise is owned by Brad Barbour, a Certified Public Accountant whose passion for both numbers and people has turned the award-winning Raleigh staffing service into one of the most successful in the country at creating winning matches between hiring companies and skilled technical workers and professionals.

Job seekers and hiring companies can learn more about TRC Staffing Services in Raleigh, or feel free to contact us with your questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

About TRC Staffing Services, Inc.

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