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Starting salaries can vary enormously around the world, and large variances can be seen within a single region, particularly when comparing developed markets to emerging markets. Discover which qualifications are in-demand and how new graduates with numerous degrees/disciplines are paid.
Keeping up with compensation data for new graduates can be tricky. Factoring in data based on location, educational backgrounds, and which jobs are in-demand in a location makes the HR hiring process more complex. Easily evaluate how new graduates in different locations, with different backgrounds are paid. Use salary data in local currency and USD that provides you with a clear and simple comparison guide across markets.
Published: February 2019
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Global Pay Summary
Did you know that Switzerland has a reputation as an expensive market and has the highest new graduate starting salary in all of Europe?
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