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Median Base Salary Per Region
Global Property Salaries
Despite efforts at reducing the pay gap, there appear to be significant differences between females earning an average of £44,737 with £3,587 in bonuses and their male peers earning £53,061 with bonuses of £7,825. However, these figures do not tell the whole story. After further analysis by qualification, years of experience, and seniority, it appears efforts to address the gender pay gap may be yielding results. Brexit will likely impact...Download
We know base salaries rise with experience, confirmed in our survey across Asia Pacific. Salaries rise rapidly to $35,520 for those with between two- and four-years’ experience in their professional capacity. The increase in base salary continues this trajectory to a median base salary of $124,800 for those with more than 30 years of experience. Professionals in our industry are confident. The gender pay gap appears to favour females...Download
There is evidence that during these tough economic times the historic issues of wanting pay and more bonuses are giving way to higher job satisfaction linked to career development, job security and work load. 82% of the respondents are either very or fairly satisfied with their current salary a significant rise of 20% in twelve months. European property professionals hold the range of interesting work, management style...Download
2018 has seen a cautious employment market across the GCC region with few companies expanding aggressively and a number of redundancies being made. However, the KSA market seems to be very buoyant with plenty of large real estate projects having been announced in the last year. Much of the business activity in the GCC is driven by government spending and large new real estate projects continue to be launched...Download