Sixty-five percent of workers say they are interviewing for positions with salary levels that are returning to prerecession levels while 26 percent of workers say salary levels are still much lower than before the recession, and 9 percent of workers say salary levels are actually higher from the start of the recession, according to the Workplace Web Poll by recruiting firm FPC.

Another 38 percent of respondents say salary levels appear to be recovering somewhat.

Other benefits that respondents report being offered are a signing bonus, stock options or vacation time at 9 percent; relocation at 16 percent; and more than one of these benefits at 23 percent. Fifty-two percent of respondents have not been offered any of these benefits.

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