The highest paying jobs and salary trends in Australian Capital Territory have been revealed by the latest SEEK report. The crunch in the labor market has negligibly influenced the salaries. The growth of wages hovered around 2% for the most part of the year in 2018.
|Rank||Industry||2018 Salary||Role type|
|1||Accounting||$133,437||Strategy & Planning|
|2||Information & Communication Technology||$130,185||Architects|
|7||Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics||$123,333||Import/Export & Customs|
|8||Information & Communication Technology||$122,956||Management|
|9||Mining, Resources & Energy||$122,857||Power Generation & Distribution|
|10||Consulting & Strategy||$121,666||Corporate Development|
The latest seek data for salary demonstrates a hike in salaries across every Australian State and Territory. The State that led the growth of salary in 2018 was Tasmania with an increase of 3.8%. Nevertheless, the average advertised salary for the State was the lowest in Australia with 74, 103$.
Talent International APAC Chief Executive Officer Mark Nielsen said that the growth may be resulting from a comparatively low base. The Tasmania market is quite small. Thus, even a small hike in salaries will impact the board across, added Nielson, as quoted by the SEEK.
South Australia witnessed a growth of 3.7% in salaries with an average salary of 78, 538 $. Further growth in months ahead can be expected with the latest announcement of tax deductions in payroll for small businesses.
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