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Qualifying your Salary in these Economic times

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 7:50pm Sunday 01 February 2009    Print Article

Are you worth more than you are currently paid? Of course everyone would say Yes, but how do you know? Do you compare with your friends/colleagues/industry benchmarks? I thought I would compile a list of reference sites with salary surveys details.

Times are tough at the moment, and forecasts are expecting it to get harder for Recruiters. Those in-house will need to prove they are worth the cost and the average Recruitment Consultant needs to meet/exceed their budget to earn commissions. Candidates will also need to think about what salary they are expecting and if they are worth it.

Here are a few reference sites for salary comparisons

Live Salary http://www.livesalary.com.au/

MyCareer http://content.mycareer.com.au/salary-centre/

Michael Page http://www.michaelpage.com.au/ContentArticle/page/7231/title/Salary-Survey.html

HR Partners
http://www.hrsalarysurvey.com.au/

CareerOne http://www.careerone.com.au/news-advice/salary-centre/salary-surveys-20080506/

Scott Recruitment http://www.scottrecruitment.com.au/site/salarysurvey.asp?spage=Salary%20Survey

Greythorn http://www.greythornsalaryindex.com/

JobX / Payscale http://www.jobx.com.au/156/31/salary-survey

Robert Walters http://www.robertwalters.com/salarysurvey

PeopleBank http://www.peoplebank.com.au/candidate/what_salary.html

Hays http://www.hays.com.au/salary/default.aspx




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