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Australia’s Top 10 salary gains in 2019

Posted on February 25, 2020
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According to SEEK Salary Review, the biggest gainer in terms of salary hike in 2019 was the industry of Insurance and Superannuation. With $98,796 in 2018-19, this industry registered a growth of 46% percent.

SEEK Group, a diverse group of companies, encompasses a strong international outreach of education and employment businesses. A market leader in online employment marketplaces, SEEK provides noteworthy insights into the future of work.

SEEK employs 1000 people in Australia and 10,000+ people globally.

According to SEEK Salary Review, Top 10 best performing salaries in Australia in 2019 were:

Rank in 2019

Industry Role Type 2018-2019

% Growth

1

Insurance & Superannuation Superannuation $98,796

46%

2

Science & Technology Mathematics, Statistics & Information Sciences $118,937 44%

3

Education & Training Teaching Aides & Special Needs $66,907

43%

4

Design & Architecture Web & Interaction Design $103,321

38%

5

Education & Training Teaching – Primary $84,521

36%

6

Science & Technology Biotechnology & Genetics $92,466

35%

7

Community Services & Development Aged & Disability Support $71,545

32%

8

Farming, Animals & Conservation Horticulture $68,522

30%

9

Trades & Services Carpentry & Cabinet Making $68,076

29%

10 Education & Training Teaching – Secondary $87,934 29%

Superannuation, commonly called the company pension plan, took the Top Spot with a rise of 46%. As per the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, superannuation assets in Australia grew to $2.8 trillion by end of March 2019 quarter.

8 among the 20 fastest-rising salaries were in health and education. These included, among others – teachers and carers in all age groups, from preschool to secondary school; and people working in child welfare, disability support, aged care, and youth and family services.

As the population grows and ages, Australia has witnessed consistent year-on-year growth in demand for people in Healthcare and Education.

Today, Healthcare and Education combined are the largest employers in Australia.

Taking up 3 of the Top 20 places are careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics [STEM]. The Australian government considers high-quality STEM education to be critically important for current as well as future productivity.

SEEK tracks more than 350 role types.

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