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SalaryGuide2008-2009

SalaryGuide2008-2009

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Salary Guide 2008/2009
 
Welcome to Adecco Salary Guide 2008/2009
2008 Thailand Economic growth has faced challenges to sustain the robust growth of export sector and domestic demand
recovery through the revival in public investment and higher investor confidence. Industrial sector appears to be a “movingzone”
for labour opportunity throughout 2008 is especially in energy related, oil and gas, automotive, and pharmaceutical
 while commercial sector remains stirring towards IT industry. An upsurge in salary compensation in oil and gas, Energyrelated sector is vastly noticeable as a result of an imbalance of labour demand and supply.
What’s next for the upcoming 2009?
The
unfolding financial turmoil, the impact of global economic slowdown as well as local political instability would inevitably
 affect
a downside risk to the 2009 economic forecast, expecting and insufficient new job creation and expansion in responding
tothe job
seeker demand both new graduate and experience candidate. Cost containment becomes one of the crucial strategies
 apart from striving for the growth for year 2009. An expectation of worldwide job cutting appears in various industries asgarment, electronics, automotive, including a slow down hiring on the previous moving industry as oil and gas do not comeas the surprised issue for the labour market.Definitely 2009, would become a challenging chapter to the firms and job seekers in different perspectives. Employer ,
who’s encountering the pressure on head count freeze and control ,shall leverage its powerful selection process, taking into
consideration
of new hire with the return on investment and the tendency of conservative 2009 salary increment. Consequently,
 we encourage both current Employee and Job Seeker not only to explore career viability but also to continuously enhance itspersonal job security through:Value-added mentality
Passion for life-long learning
An Entrepreneurial attitude
We trust our Salary Guide 2008/2009 would be a reflection tool for Thailand employment market. As such, Adecco is proudto be
part of the success of Job Seekers today, our chances to inspire individuals and organizations, to create greater efficiencies,
 effectiveness,
and choice in the domain of work, for the benefit of all stakeholders, likewise our slogan “Better Work, Better Life”.
Tidarat Kanchanawat
Country Manager 
Adecco Group Thailand
About the AdeccoSalary Guide
The salary guide is an annual
publication produced by Adec
coin Thailand. The informationprovided are average salaries
derived from positions that
 Adecco recruited through out theyear 2008. The salaries excludeovertime payment, bonuses andother allowances.
Content 
Page
Part 1 : Graph & Table of salary guide 2008/2009
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1.1 Office positions1.2 Industries specific positions1.3 Engineering & Technical positions1.4 Information technology positions1.5 Japanese speakers positions
Part 2 : Salary Guide 2008/2009
2.1 Office positions 42.2 Industries specific positions 122.3 Engineering & Technical positions 192.4 Information technology positions 222.5 Japanese speakers positions 24Happy Reading!!
 
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 Junior Min Senior Min Management Min Sr.Management MinJunior Max Senior Max Management Max Sr.Management Max
 Job Category JuniorSeniorManagementSr.ManagementMinMaxMinMaxMinMaxMinMaxAdministration&Office Support8,00025,00030,00040,00035,00070,000N/AN/AAccounting & Finance8,50040,00025,000100,00040,000150,000100,000250,000Human Resource10,00030,00020,00050,00025,000150,000100,000250,000Marketing15,00035,00020,00050,00050,000100,000150,000250,000Procurement15,00025,00025,00040,00030,00080,000100,000200,000Sales&Customer Service8,00030,00020,00050,00035,000120,00080,000250,000Secretarial12,00040,00025,00050,00035,00080,00080,000120,000Administration& Office SupportAccounting &FinanceHumanResourcesMarketingProcurementSales&Customer ServiceSecretarialAirlineAutomobile
Banking
Finance
(Non-Banking, Leasing)
Pharmaceutical
Retail&FMCGOil&GasImport/ExportInsurance  Job Category JuniorSeniorManagementSr.ManagementMinMaxMinMaxMinMaxMinMaxAirline8,000150,00040,000150,00060,000150,00070,000170,000Automobile15,00025,00030,00050,00060,000100,000120,000200,000
Banking
10,00020,00020,00055,00040,000150,000120,000150,000Finance
(Non-Banking, Leasing)
13,00017,00020,00080,00050,000150,00085,000250,000PharmaceuticalN/AN/A40,00060,00050,000100,000200,000350,000Retail&FMCGN/AN/A50,000100,00080,000150,000150,000250,000Oil&Gas15,00030,00025,00045,00030,00075,00080,000300,000Import/Export10,00020,00020,00040,00040,00080,000N/AN/AInsurance12,00016,00025,00070,00040,000100,000100,000120,000
 Junior Min Senior Min Management Min Sr.Management MinJunior Max Senior Max Management Max Sr.Management Max
Part 1 : Graph & Table of salary guide 2008/2009
1.1 Office positions1.2 Industries specific positions

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