It's here... Salary Survey 2017

Our salary survey is across different sectors for a range of common job titles. The guides are arranged by function and location to give you the best results.

contact us today

what to expect from our salary survery

“According to the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), more than half of qualified accountants believe flexibility is important when looking for a job. It’s not always the case that candidates make salary their number one priority. ” Ruth Jacobs, MD, Business Solutions.

Randstad’s salary and benefits 2017 guide offers key information on what to expect during the post brexit market, key findings within accountancy & finance and a clear guidance on expected salaries for 2017.

Download our commentary now.

contact us now

To receive your copy of our full salary survey 

contact the team

'...employers will perform better in 2017', Mark Bull - CEO of Randstad UK & Middle East

“No one could have predicted the events of 2016 but our report shows UK employees are feeling optimistic. Nevertheless, workforce sentiment can be seen as a barometer of the wider economy so it’s an encouraging sign that almost two-thirds of workers think their employers will perform better in 2017.”

Read our full commentary.

Research states that salaries remain largely unchanged on last year, with most movements seen Fund Accounting. Temp in Management Reporting & Analysis are set to take home slightly less, looking at a 15% reduction. Scotland and Northern Ireland offer the highest paid regions outside of London. Commenting on the data, Tim Vye, Operations Director at Randstad Business Solutions. Tim Vye also comments that, “Salaries within the finance profession are ultimately a function of supply and demand,” Vye said. “Time and again we have witnessed sustained high demand for finance professionals – even in times of economic uncertainty,”

To receive your copy of our full salary survey contact the team today.