13 Sep 2016
A house in Buckinghamshire, near one of England’s top 30 state schools, costs nine times the earnings of an average manager in this region (£39,978) and eighteen times the average clerical salary of £20,205; according to salary research undertaken by pay and benefits specialists Croner and house prices reported by Sky News. Clare Parkinson – Croner Reward Business Manager – says: “The good news is that our research suggests that pay for all ranks in the Thames Valley has increased over the last year, the highest increase was for management at a rate of 12%. However, this is 19% less than the rate at which house prices in the area increased. “Organisations that are under pressure to review salary increases due to a higher cost of living may find it useful to refer to Croner Reward’s Thames Valley salary report to see how their pay structure compares with other organisations in this region.” To find out more about how Croner Reward can help you, please call 0844 728 0103 or e-mail email@example.com.
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