Top 10 Industries for Pay Right Now
With salaries across the UK jumping up by 4.1% last month, the latest data from CV-Library reveals which industries offer the highest pay packets right now.
In fact, after analysing over 175,000 jobs posted on its site in April 2019, the job board reveals that the IT, construction and engineering sectors offer the biggest salary packages right now. The top 10 include:
IT - £45,908
Construction - £44,720
Engineering - £36,709
Finance - £35,166
Property - £34,621
Automotive - £34,489
Marketing - £33,214
Education - £31,796
Design - £31,181
Recruitment - £30,353
If you work in the information technology or legal sectors and would like a confidential chat to discuss your sector's career opportunities, contact us!
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