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.

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“Jobs in finance and banking are some of the most in demand in the country with competition fierce and this report into pay and rewards will point you in the right direction of where 2017 is heading” Alison Starmer, MD, Client Solutions.

Randstad’s salary and benefits 2017 guide offers key information on what to expect during the post brexit market, key findings with the financial services market, expected pay rises in 2017 and a clear guidance on expected salaries for 2017 within financial services.

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'...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.”

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Research states that salaries remain largely unchanged on last year, with most movements seen in risk management. Minimum range salaries across the board have fallen at the lower end while a handful of roles have seen increases in the maximum salary bracket. Commenting on the data, Adam Thorpe, Operations Director at Randstad Financial Services, predicted salaries would start to rise. Adam Thorpe also states, “despite the volatility of the financial services market over the last 12 months, the salaries on offer to candidates in the market have remained relatively stable,”

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