Thanks to advancing technology, ever-changing regulations and a renewed focus on maximizing employee resources, companies are becoming increasingly reliant on specialists – employees with highly specific and sought-after skill sets. Of course, as demand for these professionals continues to rise, they are becoming increasingly harder to find.

One of the best ways to attract talented specialists in growing industries such as human resources, non-clinical healthcare, supply chain and logistics and others is to offer the specific salary numbers they're seeking. Our new 2014 Salary Guide can help you make it happen.

The most robust collection of salary comparison data for professionals, by professionals.

Staffing experts in Ajilon’s nationwide branch network compared figures provided by our partner, CareerBliss, with their own internal metrics and information to compile the most complete and accurate collection of salary and compensation information anywhere.

Based on this research and analysis, the 2014 Salary Guide features salary comparison information for hundreds of positions in the human resources, non-clinical healthcare, and supply chain and logistics industries, as well as others. To provide even greater accuracy, the numbers are broken out by company size, base salary and total cash compensation.

Variances for your specific job markets.

Salaries can vary widely across the country and within states themselves. That’s why we provide variances for 70 critical key metro markets. These variances provide the most accurate salary ranges for your area, allowing you to become a specialist on local compensation, and to compare your salary to the industry average in your local area.

When it comes to building a great professional workforce, you can’t settle for employees without the skills and expertise you need. Chances are, however, that the specialists you need won’t settle for less than they’re worth. So whether you are looking to add great talent to your team or to hold on to the expertise your team already has, make sure your salary figures are helping you make the right connections with our 2014 Salary Guide.

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