Are you being paid what you are worth or rather according to where you live? The annual salary survey highlights where your income bracket falls in line with those doing the same work as you, but in different provinces.
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For those people wanting to be big earners the annual salary survey, published by CareerJunction has been released and categorises which jobs pay the most in what provinces.
The survey shows what people are earning in 94 different jobs across 10 different categories in Gauteng, the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.
The report is published every six months, and although there have been some changes in the last six months, the trend for highest earners still remains in Gauteng.
On the other end of the spectrum, KwaZulu-Natal is still the lowest paying province. This province has showed the largest decline in salaries pertaining to marketing, finance and admin, and office and support salaries.
Below is the breakdown of 4 of the different employment categories.
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