Demand for highly skilled finance and technology staff gives professionals a head start in the 2017 salary stakes


Starting salaries for professional managers in the accountancy and finance sectors look set to rise by up to 5.8 per cent next year on competition for hard-to-find talent.

For more junior roles in accountancy or finance, staff can expect a pay rise of around 2.9 per cent in 2017, according to recruiters Robert Half’s latest survey.

With the ‘digital economy’ adding £87billion to the economy, highly skilled technology experts are also in line for a pay rise of up to 4.5 per cent next year.

Climbing the ladder: Starting salaries for professional managers in the accountancy and finance sectors look set to rise by up to 5.8 per cent next year, according to Robert Half

Climbing the ladder: Starting salaries for professional managers in the accountancy and finance sectors look set to rise by up to 5.8 per cent next year, according to Robert Half

Mobile app developers at the top of their game should set themselves up for a pay rise of up to 4.3 per cent in 2017. 

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