Hiring activity in accounting and finance is expected to remain at its current pace in the first quarter of 2008, according to a newly released survey of CFOs.

Ten percent of the 1,400 CFOs surveyed by recruiter Robert Half International said they plan to add accounting and finance staff during the first quarter, while 4 percent anticipate personnel reductions. The net 6 percent increase is unchanged from the fourth-quarter 2007 forecast. Eighty-six percent of the CFOs surveyed foresee no change in hiring activity.

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