Gauteng is SA’s top paying province
Careerjunction’s 2016-17 salary review shows that Gauteng remains the top paying province. The report explores salary offerings, as offered by companies, for top occupations across SA’s most lucrative provinces – Gauteng, the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. For those in the architecture & engineering sector, Gauteng is where approximately 50%... Read more
SA students name their ideal employers
The Most Attractive Employer rankings for 2017, as conducted by branding firm Universum have been released. The students have spoken, and the most attractive South African employers include KPMG, DHET, Webber Wentzel Attorneys, CSIR, Google and Department of Health. The rankings are based on a survey of 46,981 students... Read more
Architecture, engineering, ICT leads top paying sectors in South Africa
Career Junction has released its latest salary review, detailing the top paying sectors in South Africa. The findings are based on actual salary offerings for intermediate and senior level candidates, which were posted on CareerJunction from October 2016 to March 2017. One of the highest paying sectors in South... Read more
Mining sector employs less people; manganese workers highest earners
The South African Chamber of Mines has released its annual fact book, reporting on the performance of the mining sector in 2016, as well as mine workers salaries. It employed 7.9% of all private sector labour (-4.5% on 2015) and nearly 6% of all people employed in South Africa (5%... Read more