Salary & Employment Report
Hays 2020 GCC Salary & Employment Report
Based on survey findings from over 6,800 employers and employees across the region, Hays 2020 GCC Salary & Employment Report takes a detailed look at salary and hiring trends from 2019 and employee and employer expectations for 2020. The 8 core disciplines covered in the report include: Accountancy & Finance, Construction, Property & Engineering, Human Resources, Marketing & Digital Marketing, Office Support, Procurement, Logistics & Supply Chain, Sales and Technology & Digital.
- 54% of working professionals' salaries remained the same in 2019 compared to 2018, 41% increased and 5% decreased
- The main reason for a salary increase was once again due to a new job with a new company
- 59% of employees and 66% of employers in the region expect salaries to increase in 2020
- 29% of employees started a new job with a new company in 2019, compared to 20% in 2018
- 52% expect to start a new job with a new company in 2020, the main reason is to increase their salary
- 66% of employers plan to recruit additional staff in the next 12 months
- 64% of employees feel positive about their career prospects for 2020
- The majority of GCC professionals see no uplift to salaries
- Important employment benefits overlooked by employers in the GCC
- Hays 2019 GCC Salary & Employment Report
- Hays 2018 GCC Salary & Employment Report
- Hays 2017 GCC Salary & Employment Report
- Hays 2016 GCC Salary & Employment Report
- Hays 2015 GCC Salary & Employment Report
Hays would like to express our gratitude to all those individuals who participated in our online survey and provided such invaluable feedback.
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