Clark Salary Guide 2022

Clark are pleased to present our annual salary guide for 2022.

The purpose of this guide is to provide you with detailed, accurate information about salary levels across Ireland with specific emphasis on the M7 corridor. We believe it will be a useful go-to tool for both employers and employees for planning purposes in 2022.

Our guide gives information across specific job sectors including Human Resources, Accountancy, Sales, Marketing, Business Support, Environmental Health & Safety, Quality, Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain, Logistics and IT and includes salary information for over 209 roles.

It has been compiled using the salary details provided to us by over 5000 candidates who have registered with us during the past 12 months, an in-depth review of salary levels across 500 vacancies in our region in the 2nd half of 2021 and the analysis of salary guides provided by national and international specialists in the recruitment sector for the year ahead.

What is evident is that salary rates are on the increase. Candidates and representative bodies are calling for salary increases at a minimum of 2 – 4%. In reality, we are seeing increases in certain sectors in excess of this.

A worldwide talent shortage, the change in the landscape of how we work as a result of the covid pandemic and the increase in the cost of living is driving salary expectations upwards.

Employers are fighting hard to attract and retain good people in a candidate market which is very aware of its worth.  Ultimately, salary levels play a big part in this.

If you would like further information or we can help you regarding the information provided in this survey, please contact deirdre@clark.ie or a member of our team on 045 881888.  We’d be delighted to help you.

Download the Clark Salary Guide 2022 here

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