Overview of salaries statistics of the profession Surveyor in UK
- Average salary in the last 12 months: Surveyor in UK
- Distribution of vacancy Surveyor by regions UK
- Regions rating UK by salary for the profession Surveyor
- The number of vacancies of profession Surveyor in % by salary ranges in UK
- Salary: Surveyor in big cities UK
- Similar vacancies rating by salary in UK
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Average salary in the last 12 months: Surveyor in UK
The bar chart shows the change in the level of average salary of the profession Surveyor in UK.
Distribution of vacancy Surveyor by regions UK
As you can see on the diagramm in UK the most numerous number of vacancies of Surveyor Job are opened in England. In the second place is Scotland, In the third is Wales.
Regions rating UK by salary for the profession Surveyor
According to the statistics of our website profession Surveyor is the highest paid in England. The average salary is 12889 GBP. Scotland and Wales are following.
The number of vacancies of profession Surveyor in % by salary ranges in UK
On 08/12/2016 by profession Surveyor in UK 764 vacancies are opened. For 63.2% employers pointed 0 - 14 100 GBP salary. 16.4% of ads with 42 300 - 56 400 GBP salary, and 8.9% of ads with 56 400+ GBP salary.
Salary: Surveyor in big cities UK
Profession Surveyor is the highly paid in Dunmow. The wage is 42500 GBP. Next comes Corby and Loughborough.
Similar vacancies rating by salary in UK
Among similar professions in UK the highest-paid are considered to be Construction Superintendent. According to our website the average salary is 29528 GBP. In the second place is Construction Worker with a salary 13182 GBP, and the third - Reinstatement Manager with a salary 10417 GBP.
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