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Finance workers saw larger salary increases last year than the previous year, according to a couple of recent surveys. It’s a trend that reflects both the pickup in the economy and the demand for finance skills.

The 2015 compensation survey from Financial Executives International (FEI) showed finance executives at public companies saw pay hikes of 3.9%, up from the 3.4% increase they reported in 2014, while those at private companies saw their pay rise 4.4%, versus 3.3% in 2014.

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