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I can't believe the appalling pay for public sector workers! This position is pretty badly paid, I only say ...
10th November 2008, 10:48 PM #1
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I can't believe the appalling pay for public sector workers! This position is pretty badly paid, I only say this because I have a friends from uni who got into various jobs/graduate schemes being paid between 24-28k with only one year of I.T. experience.
If you look at allot of help desk roles as well they offer between 18-24k which is almost what this poso offers.
Granted its not gonna change but I thought I would have a moan anyway!
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11th November 2008, 01:55 PM #2
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You are right Jiser, but where the NM's role is recognised as strategic (as in this case), most vacancies are around the £30-34k mark (3-4k more in London). This would indeed seem low (there are many threads regarding salary on this site!). Also, public sector workers get fat pensions, so it's not all bad!
11th November 2008, 02:30 PM #3
I used to live very near that school.
Let's just say it's not a particularly affluent area.
11th November 2008, 08:25 PM #4
11th November 2008, 10:31 PM #5
In fairness, that was 2 years ago. Also, while we're reading that bastion of journalism that is the Gazette, let's fast forward 7 months:
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