Salary Review Reveals Gauteng To Provide Higher Salaries Than Others

Based on the latest salary review of Career Junction, a staff recruitment agency, Gauteng stays on the top in terms of compensation for a number of professions.

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$400M forfeited by Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo is at the middle of big scandal right now as it is being investigated by board and senate.Answers several authority inquiry.

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U.S. CEO Pay Fell Sharply in 2015, The Biggest Drop Since Financial Crisis

CEOs salaries nationwide in U.S. has shown a declining trend in 2015, the biggest drop since the financial crisis. Some factors including the decrease in pension gains contributed to the decreasing in CEO pay.

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Tech Salaries Are More Than Double Average Pay in 2015 As The Industry Continues To Grow

Tech salaries are soaring higher, as last year it more than doubles the average pay in other sectors. It proves that the tech industry remains a major driving force in the U.S. economy with high income and massive job gains across the country.

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Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat Received 27% Increase of Salary in 2015

Citigroup raises salary of its CEO to $16.5 million in 2015. The bank has managed to be more efficient in operation under Corbat's leadership and passing mandatory stress test.

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Jobs That Are Most Stress Free And The Brighest

Stress at work sometimes cannot be avoided. However, certain jobs have lower stress levels, including Information Security Analyst, Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, University Professor, and Hair Stylist.

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Starting salaries for US workers to surge in 2016 - studies

Recent prediction reveals that starting salaries of professional roles could have a 4.1% increase next year. The 2016 Salary Guides from Robert Half shows that among the five fields tracked the expected salary for professional roles could increase on average by that rate in 2016, with the technology sector to gain higher pay grades in its 5.3% expected increase base pay.

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China's incredible shrinking factory

Eight years ago, Pascal Lighting employed about 2,000 workers on a leafy campus in southern China. Today, the Taiwanese light manufacturer has winnowed its workforce to just 200 and leased most of its space to other companies: lamp workshops, a mobile phone maker, a logistics group, a liquor brand.

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Former New England Patriot indicted for murder, set to lose money

Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez was indicted for murder and stands to lose over USD39 million of salary and bonuses.

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