Finance and Accounting 2017 Salary Guide
Whether you’re researching the latest accountant salary or financial analyst salary, the 2017 Robert Half Salary Guide offers the latest hiring trends and salaries in Japan for the accounting and finance sector.
Combined with our Salary Calculator, find the salary information for accounting and finance professionals in Japan so you can make the best remuneration decisions. Download your complimentary copy today.
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Salary trends in accounting and finance today
Salaries in Japan remain the most highly valued remuneration element, despite many companies being under pressure to put salary increases on hold. In a market that is experiencing skills shortages, top candidates know they are in high demand and can negotiate accordingly.
Soft skills remain important to develop in 2017
Soft skills remain highly valued. Personal learning and adaptability are important attributes for finance and accounting professionals who wish to remain competitive in the job market.
Top technical skills in demand
Businesses are under pressure to transform and the need has never been greater for managers to invest in professional development for their staff. Candidates should ensure that skills such as financial planning and analysis are a part of their repertoire to remain competitive in the job market.
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.
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.