2019 Salary Guide: Find out where you rank amongst your peers in Australia

Bloomberg has announced this week that the Australian job market has surged in July 2019, thereby adding 41,100 roles to the economy – of which, 34,500 roles are full time. CommSec chief economist Craig James further highlighted the strength of the job market with employment increasing for the 33rd time within the past 34 months.

In line with this, our recruitment specialists have conducted extensive market research and consolidated the average salaries currently being paid across the technology and banking sectors in Sydney and Melbourne. Our salary guide also provides an overview of key market trends in addition to the skills that would be the most sought after over 2019 through to 2020.

If you are interested to find out how your salary compares with your peers and where you stand in the market, please fill out this form below to receive a copy of the FY2019/20 salary guide:

 








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