New infographic reveals oil and gas sector highest paid in Scotland

Recent research by s1jobs showed that non-management roles in the oil and gas sector earned the highest average wages in Scotland in 2014 – sitting at £47 168.

The infographic also shows that engineering roles earned more when based in Aberdeen, whilst workers in IT and financial services are better served in Edinburgh or Glasgow.

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Written by Cecilia Rehn

Published on 10/06/2015

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