This is how much managers are earning in South Africa

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This is how much managers are earning in South Africa

The latest CareerJunction Index (CJI) reports reveal that managers earn anywhere between R43,000 and R108,000 per month in South Africa, depending on their seniority and location.

The CJI reports are based on data gathered from the CareerJunction website and monitor the labour market in South Africa by examining supply and demand trends.

According to the CareerJunction Index (CJI) report, managerial staff are in high demand in the South African job market.
 
I know some managers that would barely be able to slum it with these salaries.
 
It should be noted that these salaries are cost to company (CTC), which means it is the total salary package of an employee which may include benefits like medical aid and pension.
But excludes incentives, bonuses or profit share.
 
Kinda pointless. Manager can mean anything
Agreed. The next article will probably be how much a person is paid as a non- manager. Very informative since many have wanted to be non-managers. Hopefully they will give a break down on the qualifications required to be a non-manager, how much it pays to be a non-manager in SA vs the world. Then we can get into debates about whether or not a degree is truly required to be a non-manager.
 
Agreed. The next article will probably be how much a person is paid as a non- manager. Very informative since many have wanted to be non-managers. Hopefully they will give a break down on the qualifications required to be a non-manager, how much it pays to be a non-manager in SA vs the world. Then we can get into debates about whether or not a degree is truly required to be a non-manager.
we should also have an article that compares to each country in the world. that will add value.
 
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