Employers increasingly value human resources and its role in recruiting, developing and rewarding talent, resulting in higher salaries and more incentives, according to a report by Culpepper and Associates Inc.

The reports looks at total targeted annual cash compensation and incentive eligibility for HR jobs in the U.S., which shows how salary varies by multiple factors, including job level, specialization, location and employer size.

For job levels, the median total targeted compensation for an HR senior executive at $273,000 is about twice as high as for an HR senior manager at $136,910 and more than five times higher than an entry-level associate HR job at $50,120.

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