What are the Top 20 Highest Paid Jobs in your State?

What are the Top 20 Highest Paid Jobs in your State?

Top 20 highest paying jobs near you

What makes the difference to receiving a higher Salary?  From the latest reports, this is a combination of the location of where you live and what you do.

SEEK have just released a report identifying where you will receive the highest pay rate for your industry and occupation.  No matter where you live though in Australia, we are currently experiencing salary growth in each State.

What are the Current Salary Trends across Australia?

The good news for job seekers is that salaries have increased in every state and territory.  New South Wales has experienced a salary growth of 2.5% in the last year.

Following is a list of the Highest Paid roles in New South Wales:

 

Rank


Industry


Role type


2018 salary


1Information & Communication TechnologyArchitects$139,883
2LegalGeneralists – In-house$135,264
3Information & Communication TechnologyManagement$134,639
4EngineeringManagement$134,479
5AccountingFinancial Managers & Controllers$131,993
6Mining, Resources & EnergyManagement$130,697
7ConstructionProject Management$130,207
8AccountingStrategy & Planning$129,238
9AccountingCompany Secretaries$128,641
10ConstructionManagement$128,073
11LegalConstruction Law$127,484
12Information & Communication TechnologySecurity$127,235
13Consulting & StrategyManagement & Change Consulting$126,016
14Insurance & SuperannuationManagement$124,480
15Information & Communication TechnologyProgramme & Project Management$123,875
16Information & Communication TechnologyProduct Management & Development$123,292
17Real Estate & PropertyRetail & Property Development$122,570
18ConstructionForeperson/Supervisors$122,547
19Information & Communication TechnologyTeam Leaders$122,210
20EngineeringProject Management$121,665

 

Where has the Growth been by Industry?

The table below indicates the average industry salaries in Australia compared over the last 5 years.

Major growth is reflected in the Education & Training sectors, Real Estate and Insurance & Superannuation.

Industry


2013


2018


+/- %


Accounting
$81,597
$84,559
3.63%
Administration & Office Support
$51,627
$58,671
13.64%
Advertising, Arts & Media
$73,819
$76,342
3.42%
Banking & Financial Services
$82,731
$91,516
10.62%
Call Centre & Customer Service
$52,750
$58,942
11.74%
Community Services & Development
$63,494
$73,691
16.06%
Construction
$111,292
$109,325
-1.77%
Consulting & Strategy
$110,433
$110,045
-0.35%
Design & Architecture
$71,737
$83,055
15.78%
Education & Training
$69,238
$82,498
19.15%
Engineering
$113,667
$105,810
-6.91%
Farming, Animals & Conservation
$67,602
$74,933
10.84%
Government & Defence
$81,974
$91,377
11.47%
Healthcare & Medical
$83,076
$88,722
6.80%
Hospitality & Tourism
$55,090
$61,944
12.44%
Human Resources & Recruitment
$85,729
$85,143
-0.68%
Information & Communication Technology
$97,733
$104,874
7.31%
Insurance & Superannuation
$75,879
$85,963
13.29%
Legal
$94,841
$95,870
1.09%
Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics
$73,358
$71,696
-2.27%
Marketing & Communications
$84,661
$87,750
3.65%
Mining, Resources & Energy
$134,954
$116,108
-13.96%
Real Estate & Property
$66,108
$75,100
13.60%
Retail & Consumer Products
$55,558
$60,704
9.26%
Sales
$80,859
$82,448
1.96%
Science & Technology
$89,640
$88,796
-0.94%
Sport & Recreation
$60,551
$65,900
8.83%
Trades & Services
$64,273
$65,962
2.63%
Average salary
$82,793
$83,778
1.2%

 

Source: SEEK Salary Report, July 2012 – June 2013 vs July 2011 – June 2012 compared to July 2017 – June 2018 vs July 2016 – June 2017

 

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2018-08-16T20:32:46+00:00