Monday, November 11, 2013

WSJ: Increased Compensation for Compliance Professionals

Good news for compliance professionals: even those with limited experience in the field are predicted to see compensation increase by 3 to 4 percent next year, according to a Wall Street Journal article.

With demand strong for compliance staff at every level, there are opportunities for career changers, students and others without prior compliance experience but with skills applicable to the field.

"Compliance professionals, even those with limited experience in the field, are predicted to see compensation rise by 3 to 4 percent next year ."
- Wall Street Journal
An for those with a law degree adding a professional certification in ethics and compliance "can earn you up to 22 percent more take-home pay as a director or manager, and 11 percent more as an assistant or specialist."

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Sources:
(a) Help Wanted in Compliance, No Experience Needed - www.wsj.com, 10/22/2013

1 comment:

Paul Higby said...

Interesting, and thanks for the industry heads-up!

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