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Our salary averages and statistics are calculated using job titles from Michael Page placements and advertised roles in the last 12 months so you can be sure that the results are indicative of the current average salary in Australia. The data is updated annually and does not allow for bonuses or benefits.
Our Salary Comparison Tool will enable you to work out exactly how close your salary is to the average weekly earnings, median salary and industry benchmarks for your area, industry, and position. This includes full-time workers, part-time workers and even casual positions. So, whether you’re looking for a new role, or gearing up to ask for a pay rise, be sure to do your research before hand and find out exactly what you could be earning .
Yes, our Salary Comparison Tool is completely free to use. Just enter a few simple bits of information to find out what you’re being paid compared to the average wage in Australia and median salary your role. We’ve made sure that our salary checker is free of charge and easy to use.
Used our Salary Comparison Tool and found out that you’re current salary doesn’t match the average salary for your role? The last thing you want to find is that you’re only earning the minimum wage for a role when you could be earning a lot more. Maybe it’s time to talk to us about finding you a role with a company that more closely matches the average weekly earnings for your skills as well as giving you career progression opportunities.
The average weekly earnings and average salary in Australia differs greatly depending on the role, profession, industry and sector so it’s hard to calculate a blanket average salary across all industries. For example, someone working in the financial sector may have a very different salary to someone working in the private sector.
Education is also an important factory as an employer is more likely to pay a higher average salary to candidates who have completed some form of higher education or professional training. Whether that be education in the form of a degree or some form of industry specific training that allows you to perform specialised work.
Another factor you might find is that jobs and roles that are in higher demand come with a higher average salary due to a shortage in trained workers in that field.
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