Communicate looks at what recruitment agencies say about salaries in the region for our industry.
In part 1 of Communicate's Salary Survey, we looked at what agencies and networks say they pay their talent.
In this second part, we asked recruitment agencies to share their research or used already publicly available material. The table aggregating these findings can be found below.
In both cases, we chose not to disclose figures for the roles/countries for which we did not receive enough responses to get a representative result. In particular, due to the extreme crisis hurting its economy and the lack of reliable, consistent data available in this market, we chose not to present figures for Lebanon, contrary to previous editions.
Next, we'll look at benefits, pay raises, and bonuses, and how employees feel about their salary situation.
This article was published in Communicate's latest issue.
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