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The Professional Scientist Salary Calculator is based on the data collected in the annual Professional Scientist Employment and Remuneration Report (published by Professionals Australia in conjunction with Science & Technology Australia) making it the most up to date resource for calculating your true market value.

You can select categories such as years of experience, sector, qualification, geographic location and more, for analysis. In addition to your market value, the calculator can also return valuable comparative market info.

You can also identify where in the market a given base salary lies, and determine in which percentile of the market a salary lies.

 

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The Professional Scientist Salary Calculator is based on the data collected in the annual Professional Scientist Employment and Remuneration  Report (published by Professionals Australia in conjunction with Science & Technology Australia), making it the most up to date resource for calculating your true market value.

To establish a query:

  • Select a combination of parameters from the list below.
  • Hold down the ‘Ctrl’ key to make multiple selections.
  • Try to keep the number of parameters chosen to a minimum as the inclusion of each additional parameter will reduce the sample size.

The analysis is based on the results of the 2017 Professional Scientist Remuneration Survey.

► State:
► Responsibility Level: (click here for definitions)
► Location:
► Years of Experience:
► Qualification:
► Sector:
► Discipline:
► Industry:
Job Description:

Reverse Search - optional

If you wish to identify where in the market a given base salary, total package lies or the corresponding base salary and total package for a given percentile, enter the combination of parameters below. Remember to press 'Reset' before establishing a new query.

► Reverse search by:
► Enter the base salary:

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