3 December 2018

We are delighted to present our first-ever salary survey in partnership with the sector’s largest recruiter Pentasia.

Perhaps the most striking trend emerging from the data analysis is the gap opening up between the top and midrange earners in the sector.

Pentasia MD Alastair Cleland and his team of specialist recruiters provide some expert insight into the forces shaping sector salary trends such as these, including within specific regions and roles.

If you can not view the eReader above please download the PDF here.

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