the latest report Boomerang Labor market index revealed that the projected salary had an accumulated raise of one 102.5% in the year 2022and in this way it was accepted above inflation for the same period, equal to 94.8%. While this number represents an all-time high for this measurement, the gender gap remained wide between the wages demanded by men and women.
2022 records double the increase recorded during 2021, which was 55%; it is also well above 2020’s 33%, 2019’s 40% and 2018’s 32%.
In particular, the job portal detected it in the month of December the expected salary reached $204,090: a 6.1% increase from November, where it stood at $192,331 per month.
However, a key piece of information revealed by the report is related to the gender gap, which has remained more than 13.5% in favor of men.
This is the lowest value and was recorded in August last year. The highest values were 24.8% in April, 23.7% in February and 23.6% in March.
Furthermore, this report reflects that the salary gap required by gender increases with seniority in office. In junior positions men require a salary 2.7% higher than women.
In the positions of Chief / Supervisorr the differential reaches 19.5%. The gap peaked in March, when it reached 39.6% in this position, while the lowest value for this segment was recorded in August when it fell to 16.1%.
That meant, for example, in March, projected salaries of $272,884 for men and $195,450 for women in boss or supervisor positions, and a difference of $77,434 between the two.
As of December, the average salary required by men is $218,806 per month while that required by women is $189,374 per month.
Compared to November, the increase is 5.5% for men and 6.8% for women. The average wage gap is 15.5% in favor of men.
The wage gap for December in the junior segment is 2.7% with salaries of $139,127 and $135,454 a month.
At senior and semi-senior levels it is 17.5% with salaries of $220,999 and $188,019 per month. In the positions of head or supervisor, it reaches 19.5% with salaries of $350,826 and $293,477 a month.
What are the highest average wages for December?
- $519,589 per month for Supervisor and Project Leadership Segment Lead;
- $450,618 per month including for Project Leadership of senior or semi-senior positions;
- $190,502 per month for risk analysis of junior positions.
At the junior level, what are the positions with the highest expected average salary?
- Finance and Administration Risk Analysis with $190,502 per month;
- Civil Engineering in the Manufacturing, Supply and Logistics sector at $175,692 per month;
- International purchases or imports of others with $174,531 per month;
- Technology and Systems Programming with $158,729 per month;
- HR training with $155,230 per month;
- External Marketing Communications and Communications with $149,500 per month;
- Commerciale of Commerciale with $125,153 per month.
What are the junior areas with the best expected average salaries?
- Technology and Systems with $153,366 per month;
- Marketing and Communications with $149,219 per month;
- Administration and Finance with $141,024 per month;
- Human Resources with $140,800 per month;
- Manufacturing, Supply and Logistics with $140,243 per month.
These industries have average salaries above the junior average, which is $ 137,291 per month.
What are the sectors with the highest average wages required of the senior and semi-senior levels?
- Technology and Systems with $257,420 per month;
- Manufacturing, Supply and Logistics at $229,361 per month;
- Human Resources with $221,330 per month;
- Administration and Finance with $204,996 per month.
These areas have higher than average senior and semi-senior values, that is 204,509 pesos per month.
Charles Arterburn is a seasoned business journalist for News Rebeat, where he provides comprehensive coverage of the latest trends and developments in the world of finance and economics.