|Job title||Average annual salary||Maximum recorded salary|
|Chief Information Officer||R1 057 3477||R1 529 272|
|Chief Financial Officer||R1 001 578||R1 730 489|
|Senior Engineering Manager||R976 559||R1 741 940|
|Sales and Marketing Director||R829 874||R1 366 741|
|Senior Process Engineer||R771 599||R1 029 247|
|Application Development Manager||R762 295||R1 100 000|
|Senior Project Manager (IT)||R736 376||R1 047 271|
|Corporate Services Manager||R733 500||R1 000 000|
|Senior Contracts Manager||R636 000||R1 231 588|
DURBAN - The Department of Education and Training has released a list of nine in-demand jobs that pay R1 million annually.
The list features more than 370 occupations that are a split up into three categories of demand including, highest demand, higher demand and high demand.
Occupations that can be found on the list are not specific to any sector. Some of the jobs featured on the list include dental hygienist, software developer and seismologist.
Due to some of the jobs that were featured on the list being highly specialised it is no surprise that occupation should get the proper remuneration.
Below is a table with 9 occupations that are in high demand and what each occupations average and maximum salary is:
Salary increases South Africans can expect
Financial services company PWC have released their HR Report for June 2018. The report gives an analysis about local and international developments in people and rewards.
Salary movements and how much South Africans can expect their salaries to increase was one of the main focuses of the report. According to the report, remuneration is the biggest part of any organisation's expenditure.
The report also showed that 12% of the respondents in the survey got an increase of less than 5%.
- BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE