AVERAGE SALARY IN Australia

2014/15 Average Salary: Australia | Advanced Survey

Australia


Poll entries 1918
Average Salary ( polls, gross USD ) US$ 72,587
Average Salary ( polls, gross ) AU$ 92,962
Average Salary ( polls, net ) AU$ 67,934
Average Salary ( official, gross ) US$ 76,000











SALARIES GROUPED BY

Australia
01. RECENTLY ADDED
02. SALAR. BY LEVELS
03. SALAR. BY GENDER SHOW
04. SALAR. BY EDUCATION SHOW
05. SALAR. BY EXPERIENCE SHOW
06. SALAR. BY FIELDS SHOW
07. SALAR. BY CAREERS SHOW
08. SALAR. BY WORK SHOW
09. SALAR. BY CITIES SHOW
10. COUNTRIES SHOW

01. RECENTLY ADDED SALARIES

Australia

GROSS salary ( including bonuses, benefits, 1etc. )
CAREER POSTED EDUCATION SALARY ( US$ )
IT Manager 20 May 2015 Bachelors Degree AU$ 100,000 US$ 77,900 DETAILS
Marketing Associate Insurance 19 May 2015 Masters Degree AU$ 500,000 US$ 389,500 DETAILS
Director 18 May 2015 Bachelors Degree AU$ 116,100 US$ 90,442 DETAILS
Electrical Technician 17 May 2015 Bachelors Degree AU$ 55,000 US$ 42,845 DETAILS
Other Manufacturing Career 17 May 2015 High School AU$ 90,423 US$ 70,440 DETAILS
Staff Accountant 14 May 2015 Masters Degree AU$ 200,000 US$ 155,800 DETAILS
IT Researching 14 May 2015 Doctorate Degree AU$ 130,000 US$ 101,270 DETAILS
General Manager 14 May 2015 Masters Degree AU$ 367,000 US$ 285,893 DETAILS
Human Resource Administrator 05 May 2015 Bachelors Degree AU$ 40,000 US$ 31,160 DETAILS
Other Property Career 04 May 2015 Bachelors Degree AU$ 102,000 US$ 79,458 DETAILS
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02. SALAR. BY LEVELS

Australia
LEVEL POLLS ( % ) SALARY ( US$ ) ( % ) EARN AT LEAST
15K 1 0.05 % AU$ 17,000 US$ 13,277 100 %
25K 20 1.04 % AU$ 23,932 US$ 18,686 99.95 %
35K 77 4.01 % AU$ 34,065 US$ 26,602 98.91 %
45K 166 8.65 % AU$ 43,872 US$ 34,260 94.89 %
55K 272 14.18 % AU$ 52,626 US$ 41,098 86.24 %
65K 220 11.47 % AU$ 62,659 US$ 48,932 72.05 %
75K 191 9.96 % AU$ 73,306 US$ 57,246 60.58 %
85K 181 9.44 % AU$ 82,382 US$ 64,332 50.63 %
95K 115 6.00 % AU$ 92,144 US$ 71,954 41.19 %
105K 158 8.24 % AU$ 101,091 US$ 78,932 35.19 %
115K 63 3.28 % AU$ 112,143 US$ 87,570 26.96 %
125K 113 5.89 % AU$ 121,513 US$ 94,884 23.67 %
135K 44 2.29 % AU$ 132,299 US$ 103,284 17.78 %
145K 45 2.35 % AU$ 142,242 US$ 111,060 15.48 %
155K 53 2.76 % AU$ 150,867 US$ 117,782 13.14 %
165K 32 1.67 % AU$ 161,406 US$ 126,027 10.38 %
175K 16 0.83 % AU$ 173,125 US$ 135,211 8.71 %
185K 32 1.67 % AU$ 181,218 US$ 141,487 7.87 %
195K 5 0.26 % AU$ 193,000 US$ 150,501 6.20 %
205K 34 1.77 % AU$ 200,823 US$ 156,808 5.94 %
More 80 4.17 % AU$ 272,211 US$ 212,501 4.17 %

SUMMARY

Australia

Australia is among the most valuable places to live around the world. Their unemployment rate was around 5% at the end of year 2011. That is considerably less than in United Kingdom and United States.

Australian economic status is comparatively high. If you are a skilled worker you will earn good money. The employer in Australia normally also has to pay an extra 9%, on top of basic income, into a super fund of individual choice.

Country estimates before the addition of the 9% super, show this average incomes:

  • Full-time adult ordinary time earnings: $64,650 per year
  • Full-time adult total earnings: $67,110 per year
  • Male full-time total earnings: $72,620 per year
  • Female full-time total earnings: $57,520 per year











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