What Jobs Pay 2008-2009 provides the latest average weekly full-time earnings by age for all occupations in the Australian job market. It is the ninth edition in the series, which remains an invaluable reference source for counsellors giving advice about work prospects and earnings and for job seekers, students and others choosing a career and looking at market-rate earnings. Because they are reliable indicators of expected income in specific occupations according to oneAis age and employment experience, the What Jobs Pay figures on average weekly full-time earnings will continue to be used in economic loss claims before the Courts and in workersAi compensation cases, family support assessments and other forums.Average weekly full-time earnings increase over time in most occupations as workers acquire valued experience and skills, but they do not increase in all occupations. What Jobs Pay 2008-2009 documents not just the current overall level of earnings in specific occupations and groups but also the extent to which earnings grow or decline for prime working age workers (defined as those aged 25 to 44) and older workers. The statistics permit readers to draw their own comparisons and contrastsMotor Vehicle or Caravan Salespersons Skill level 4 Motor Vehicle Parts Interpreters Skill level 4 Other Sales ... Skill level 5 Service Station Attendants Skill level 5 Street Vendors and Related Salespersons Skill level 5 MAJOR GROUP 7:anbsp;...
|Title||:||What Jobs Pay 2008-2009|
|Publisher||:||Yorkcross Pty Ltd - 2008|