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Salary Guide 2018
Australia Salary Guide 2019
The Page Personnel Salary Benchmark is our annual salary guide developed to provide hiring managers and candidates with a reference on salary ranges across various job functions, including Customer Service, Logistics, Office Support, Property, and more.
Leveraging information from Page Personnel’s proprietary database, studies, and observations, the report provides a snapshot of market and employment observations. It also highlights hiring trends and roles in demand within each functional area. Job seeker sentiments have been included as an additional feature in this report.
How can the report benefit you?
- Benchmark salaries against similar roles to be filled
- Project talent costs based on hiring forecasts
- Understand length of expected recruitment process
- Know the reasons why employees leave their jobs
- Cite informed salary expectations when switching jobs
- Understand the interview process
- Find out potential roles to upskill for
- Gauge competitiveness in job applications
Average salary increase when changing jobs*
|Construction||5 - 10|
|Customer Service||2 - 3|
|Finance & Accounting||3 - 4|
|Logistics||15 - 20|
"Contracting is on the move, and demand is stronger now for flexible work arrangements and freelance contracts"
* Data is derived from August 2017 to July 2018, and is validated against insights from our leaders’ and consultants’ interactions with clients and candidates.
If you’re taking on a new job or making an offer to a candidate, agreeing on the right salary can be a difficult task. Average salary benchmarks and a jobseeker’s experience level both come into play when salary is being negotiated and can make a big difference to the final offer.
We’ve put together some benchmarks on average salaries in Australia categorised by sector, so you have the right tools at your disposal when it comes to negotiating a salary.
If you’d like to know how your wage compares with others in your industry, you can also use our salary calculator to see how your current income shapes up against people with the same job title as you.
If you’re going through the job interview process, we also have plenty of helpful resources on how to negotiate salary and secure a competitive figure. Before you agree to an offer, you can also look at exactly how much you’ll be earning after tax with our take-home pay calculator.
Our salary guide is here to help employers and jobseekers with everything from negotiating a salary to average salaries and take-home pay, but it’s only a small part of what we do here at Page Personnel. If you’re looking for help taking the next step in your career or are searching for the right candidate for your business, get in touch with our recruitment specialists to discuss your requirements.