CIMA’s Official 2017 Salary Insights Tool

CIMA has updated its online tool allows you to calculate average salaries according to different career factors.

Using data from the 2017 CIMA salary survey, the Salary Insights Tool allows users to quickly compare and contrast average salaries by country, industry, job role and level of experience in their respective countries.

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The main points from the 2017 Salary Survey* include:

  • Globally, CIMA members making good earnings, with just under three-fifths (58%) reporting that they are satisfied with their salary.
  • The majority (82%) of members expect a pay increase over the next 12 months by an average of 5%.
  • Nearly nine out of ten (88%) students expect a pay increase but the average increase is higher (9%).
  • The survey also reveals confidence over career mobility as nearly half (50%) of members and more than half (55%) of students plan to find a new job in the next two years.

*Data is correct as of May 2017

Remarks:

Run annually, the 2017 CIMA Salary survey was conducted between 19 April and 15 May 2017.  All CGMA designation holders and students above were invited to participate from countries in which CIMA’s population is large enough to report reliable data. In total 12,736 completed the survey, of which 6,535 were from CIMA students and 6,201 CGMA designation holders, representing a 5.8% response rate  overall. Data has been weighted by country and CIMA level to better reflect the CGMA and CIMA student populations.

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*Student salary surveys that had enough responses to be reported on include: Botswana, China, India, Ireland, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Zambia, Zimbabwe

*Member salary surveys that had enough responses to be reported on include: Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and United States of America

 

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