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Are you a hiring manager? Discover the salaries you should offer to new employees in Japan, and learn about the latest industry trends in recruitment.
Are you a jobseeker? Find out what the average salary in Japan is for your role. You may find it's time to ask for a pay rise or search for a new job.
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Stay ahead of industry trends with the Salary Guide
The Robert Half Salary Guide provides expert insight into the average salaries in Japan for finance and accounting, financial services and technology specialists.
Whether you're looking to hire or preparing for a job interview, download your copy today.
Salary outlook for the year ahead
While a salary in Japan isn't the only factor that determines if a professional chooses to work - and stay - at a company, an attractive pay package can be a vital tipping point when a potential employee has a choice between companies.
Industry trends dominating the hiring landscape
The greatest opportunities will be for candidates with specialist skills. Hiring managers need to identify qualified experts who can transform current market challenges into opportunities. Learn how these industry trends could impact you.
What's impacting your industry in 2017?
Download the guide to access the coming year's salary projections and the key recruitment trends affecting your sector.
Japan is facing a key skills shortage within finance, urging companies to proactively upskill existing staff or search for professionals with the necessary proficiencies. With 89% of CEOs concerned about the availability of key skills to meet business threats to their organisations' growth prospects, finding top talent will become a hiring trend to look out for. Learn more in the Finance and Accounting Salary Guide.
Despite a static hiring outlook for the year ahead, positive hiring trends are emerging in the financial services industry with SMEs seeking new hires to join growing businesses. With regulations growing increasingly strict, companies are also looking for candidates with strong compliance skills to mitigate rising costs. Read more in the Financial Services Salary Guide.
The hiring climate for technology is positive in Japan, with companies seeking candidates not just for replacement hires, but for additional roles. As the industry becomes more customer-centric, and concern over cyber-security rises, demand for specialist IT skillsets is growing. Find out more in the Technology Salary Guide.
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