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Are You Getting Paid What You Should Be?

 

Australian Salary Survey and Salary Checker: Everyone at some time in their working career wonders if they’re getting paid enough for the job they do. With the media frequently highlighting the gender salary gap and pay discrepancies between men and women, many job seekers are now questioning if what they’re getting paid is correct, legal and fair.

Others begin their search to find out what they should be getting paid when they’re thinking about a job move, a career change or preparing for an annual performance review or seeking a job promotion. Or they may be thinking about getting a professional resume written and wondering if a career move is the right one (and if they can afford a job move), or they may be anticipating that tricky interview question “What are your salary expectations?”

Whatever your motivation, these Australian Salary Survey guides will help.

LiveSalary – “a free community-based website where people exchange salary data”

Michael Page Salary Centre

Seek.com.au – Australia’s largest job board

People Bank’s Salary Index

Hudson 2016 Salary Guides

Robertwalters.com.au 2016 Salary Survey

Strategy 2016 Salary Guide

Morgan McKinley Australia Salary Guide 2016

HR Partners ‘HR Salary Survey’ – a free portal and was specifically developed for Australian Human Resource Professionals to share salary and remuneration intelligence and help them ascertain what people in the HR profession are really earning.

Mining People International’s ‘Mining Salary Survey’ – The site was specifically developed for Australian Mining industry workers to share salary and remuneration data and help them ascertain what people in the mining industry are really earning.

Australian Legal Salary – The site was specifically developed for Australian legal Professionals to enable them to easily share legal salary data and help ascertain what people in the Australian legal industry are really earning.

ANZ SAP Salary Survey 2016 – a boutique SAP recruiter providing an expert and very personal service to SAP Professionals and Employers throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific.

Courtesy of JobMob.

 

The following are some of CV Saviour’s recommendations:

 

Glassdoor – see how your salary stacks up against others in the same sector, as well as company benefits and peer salaries.

Hays – the annual Hays Salary Guide remains the definitive snapshot of over 1,000 salaries across Australia and New Zealand.

Taylor Root – Legal, Banking and Finance, Compliance and Risk Salary Surveys.

 

 

(updated 2019)

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