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Work in Financial Services and want a higher salary?

We all want to earn a higher salary, whether it’s to upgrade the car, put more into the pension, pay more towards the mortgage or perhaps you’re a first-time buyer and basic salary is everything!

Have you received a salary increase in the last 2, 3, 5 years? Do you think you might be due one? Are you going to get one?

The office of national statistics predicated that the average salary increase an employee expected to get in 2016 was 3%, the average underperforming employee expected 1.3%, and the best performers should’ve bagged 4.5%.

So how did your salary increase compare in 2016?  Here at Recruit UK our specialist financial services consultants secured on average 13% salary increases for our candidates (based on their current earnings)

Below is a brief selection of job titles and the average salary secured, up against the median salary in the UK according to payscale.com

 

Job Title Average Salary We Secured Median (www.payscale.com)
Financial Adviser £59,000 £36,000
Administrator £21,000 £17,000
Investment Adviser £55,000 £39,000
Trainee Financial Adviser £32,000 £20,992
Investment Administrator £27,000 £23,000
Pensions Administrator £24,000 £19,500
Investment Manager £80,000 £47,097
Investment Analyst £37,000 £33,900
Paraplanner £38,000 £25,863
File Checker £32,000

 

Often, significant salary increases only happen when you move employer in these circumstances you need to ensure that you have an experienced recruitment consultant negotiating salaries on your behalf.

Recruit UK are a niche financial services recruitment agency, we work with you to secure a salary increase you deserve. Our industry knowledge ensures that not only will you receive a salary increase but we place you in a company that has opportunity and truly values your professional aspirations.

Contact Recruit UK on 01179 450450 or email admin@recruitukltd.co.uk  or chat live to a consultant via our website -view our latest roles here

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