In USA, economy is getting better these days. According to a survey, more than half of companies that froze salaries in 2009 are planning to easy the condition this year. Among all the types of jobs, the following jobs are in demand and will probably get a good raise for salary.
1. Tax accountant. tax accountants with 2~3 years of big-company experience, and a track record of achieving sizable tax savings, starting salaries average $46,500 to $61,500.
2. Compliance director. New regulations and accounting rules are creating demand for compliance experts, who, even at small companies, can command starting pay of $83,750 to $108,500.
3. Credit manager/supervisor. Credit specialists, who can evaluate credit risk, manage delinquent accounts, and help improve cash flow, earn starting pay averaging between $42,500 and $57,500.
4. Senior financial analyst. Finance mavens skilled at finding ways to boost profitability start at $57,750 to $74,000.
1. Network administrator. Cloud computing, voice over IP(VoIP) and software as a service (SaaS) have made this role more complex and demanding lately. Starting pay: $54,500 to $80,250.
2. Information systems security manager. Protecting company data is more challenging all the time. Starting salaries range from $96,500 to $130,750.
3. Systems engineer. People who can help employers build and maintain tech support for a variety of new projects start at $64,250 to $93,250.
1. Medical records clerk. Largely because of the complexities of transferring huge volumes of medical records online, skilled clerks' pay will start at $31,500.
2. Customer service representative. customer service is very important for companies to survive this economy. Starting pay: $22,750 to $30,750.
3. Executive assistant. The ability to "wear many hats, support multiple managers, and adapt readily to change," will put 2010 starting pay at $35,000 to $47,000.