Barnard, Lucy
February 2011
EG: Estates Gazette;2/5/2011, Issue 1105, p62
Trade Publication
The article presents the results of the 20th annual Estates Gazette/Foundation Recruitment salary survey. It was found that the average property industry salary in 2011 is 47,186 British pounds, reflecting a third year of salary declines. According to roughly 1,200 property professionals, there has been a slight drop in average bonuses to 5,793 British pounds. Survey results also indicate a significant variation in salaries across Great Britain.


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