Who pays the highest salaries in the Philippines?

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peso coinsManagers working in the oil and gas industry are the highest paid employees in the Philippines, according to the annual salary report of recruitment firm JobStreet, ABS-CBNnews reported. These managers receive an average monthly salary of 74,297 pesos ($1,651).

On the recruitment firm’s website, one of the job openings for a project manager of an oil and gas company posted on February 5 is offering salary between 45,000 and 60,000 pesos.

Managers in the utilities industry are the second highest paid with an average salary of 74,067 pesos. Third are managers in the industrial and machinery industry with an average salary of 69,063 pesos.

Rounding up the top 10 of highest paid managers in the country are those from IT Software (59,678 pesos), BioTechnology/Pharmaceutical (57,934 pesos), Business Process Outsourcing(57,688 pesos), Transportation/Logistics (51,685 pesos), Manufacturing (48,784 pesos), Insurance (48,758 pesos) and Fast Moving Consumer Goods (48,427 pesos).

For supervisors, or those with experience of more than 5 years, the highest paid ones are from the utilities industry with an average salary of 50,411 pesos. Supervisors at non-government organisations (NGO) are the second highest paid with an average salary of 43,165 pesos while IT software supervisors came in third with 34,679 pesos. Supervisors in the BPO industry are being paid an average of 33,691 pesos, the report said.

Completing the top 10 list of highest paid supervisors are those in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (30,751 pesos), Telecoms (29,041 pesos), Banking and Finance (28,779 pesos), Advertising (28,238 pesos), Oil and Gas (27,055 pesos) and the Hotel Industry (26,952 pesos).

For junior executives, or employees with 1 to 4 years experience, those working in NGOs are the highest paid, according to the report. NGO employees are being paid an average of 25,697 pesos a month, earning more than those in Utilities (24,400 pesos), IT Software (23,671 pesos) and BPO (21,590 pesos).

JobStreet’s list of jobs with better salaries was determined through the identification of the average salary of all industries per position level, based on actual salaries posted by employees on JobStreet.com.ph from September 1 to November 30, 2013. JobStreet said basic salaries used did not include other forms of compensation such as leave credits, medical benefits, insurance, and incentives. Those who are self-employed, such as doctors and lawyers, were not included in the list.

JobStreet Salary Report Manager 2014

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Managers working in the oil and gas industry are the highest paid employees in the Philippines, according to the annual salary report of recruitment firm JobStreet, ABS-CBNnews reported. These managers receive an average monthly salary of 74,297 pesos ($1,651).

Reading Time: 2 minutes

peso coinsManagers working in the oil and gas industry are the highest paid employees in the Philippines, according to the annual salary report of recruitment firm JobStreet, ABS-CBNnews reported. These managers receive an average monthly salary of 74,297 pesos ($1,651).

On the recruitment firm’s website, one of the job openings for a project manager of an oil and gas company posted on February 5 is offering salary between 45,000 and 60,000 pesos.

Managers in the utilities industry are the second highest paid with an average salary of 74,067 pesos. Third are managers in the industrial and machinery industry with an average salary of 69,063 pesos.

Rounding up the top 10 of highest paid managers in the country are those from IT Software (59,678 pesos), BioTechnology/Pharmaceutical (57,934 pesos), Business Process Outsourcing(57,688 pesos), Transportation/Logistics (51,685 pesos), Manufacturing (48,784 pesos), Insurance (48,758 pesos) and Fast Moving Consumer Goods (48,427 pesos).

For supervisors, or those with experience of more than 5 years, the highest paid ones are from the utilities industry with an average salary of 50,411 pesos. Supervisors at non-government organisations (NGO) are the second highest paid with an average salary of 43,165 pesos while IT software supervisors came in third with 34,679 pesos. Supervisors in the BPO industry are being paid an average of 33,691 pesos, the report said.

Completing the top 10 list of highest paid supervisors are those in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (30,751 pesos), Telecoms (29,041 pesos), Banking and Finance (28,779 pesos), Advertising (28,238 pesos), Oil and Gas (27,055 pesos) and the Hotel Industry (26,952 pesos).

For junior executives, or employees with 1 to 4 years experience, those working in NGOs are the highest paid, according to the report. NGO employees are being paid an average of 25,697 pesos a month, earning more than those in Utilities (24,400 pesos), IT Software (23,671 pesos) and BPO (21,590 pesos).

JobStreet’s list of jobs with better salaries was determined through the identification of the average salary of all industries per position level, based on actual salaries posted by employees on JobStreet.com.ph from September 1 to November 30, 2013. JobStreet said basic salaries used did not include other forms of compensation such as leave credits, medical benefits, insurance, and incentives. Those who are self-employed, such as doctors and lawyers, were not included in the list.

JobStreet Salary Report Manager 2014

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