SURVEY: Vertical Salary Review 2019

At a time when the industry faces such a shifting landscape, with tech making waves, Brexit causing headaches and the skills gap persisting, it’s crucial to keep a finger to the pulse on the property workforce.

Vertical Recruitment and Place North West have teamed up for the third Vertical Salary Review of North West property and construction professionals.

The Vertical Salary Review Survey covers salaries, attitudes and priorities, to give us a picture of the state of the industry, based on its most important feature: the people working in it.

The results will be used to produce a comprehensive market intelligence report, delving into gender pay differences, changes across different disciplines, worker priorities and challenges.

The Vertical Salary Review investigates careers in architecture, building services, construction, engineering, development, planning and surveying.

By taking part in this survey, you will receive early access to the findings which we hope you will find to be a useful and insightful tool. You will also be entered into a draw to win two tickets to a Place North West social event or conference of your choice (subject to availability).

The survey should take no more than a few minutes.

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Manchester-based Vertical Recruitment specialises in technical, construction and engineering recruitment.

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