In an inflationary, post-pandemic context and with the upheavals of the Argentine economy, ask yourself what jobs work better payments are essential.
In order to identify those works where workers receive better wagesAs every year, Adecco Argentina conducted a survey to provide up-to-date market data work Argentine. The study was carried out in 302 companies, covers 198 positions and includes salaries and benefits; The data is updated as of August 31 of this year.
According to the Market Expectations Survey (REM), inflation of 95% is expected for the whole year. The month of August posted a CPI of 7% (Indec), with a cumulative index over 8 months of 56.4%. According to private consultants, September will continue with significant price increases.
In this context, the joint ventures closed to date have the following characteristics:
- The paritarias that closed in the first quarter did so, in general, with an average adjustment of less than 50% with a review clause.
- Those who negotiated adjustments in the second quarter approached 60%, also with the reopening.
- In the second part of the year, the parities were reopened with the aim of bringing the already defined increases closer to inflation.
- So far, the average parity adjustment is around 56%. This average will increase towards the end of the year and will reach an indicator closer to 65%.
What are we expecting for 2023?
According to REM projections on inflation in Argentina, a CPI of 76.6% is expected for 2023 and 60% for 2024. So this is a huge challenge for project budgets wages for the rest of the year and for years to come. Companies are talking about salary adjustments for 2023 of as much as 65%, and others are considering up to 80%.
This uncertainty leads many talents, especially in high-demand, low-supply roles, to migrate into the freelance market. Thus, these job profiles have better control of their income and more flexibility to negotiate their dollar fees. This trend is reflected in the increase in the number of self-employed and monotributistas who have registered with AFIP in recent times.
According to the survey carried out by Adecco Argentina, works the best payouts in Argentina are:
- Industrial director in Patagonia from $474,043 in a small company to $1,500,000 in a large company.
- Finance & Legal: The branch’s semi-senior business agent earns approximately $367,500 in a small business located in Patagonia; up to around $378,000 in a large.
- Industrial: The plant human resources manager receives nearly $440,000 in a small company in Patagonia to nearly $1,276,669 in a large one.
- IT: The salary for an information technology manager in Buenos Aires can range from $456,000 at a small company to over $1,500,000 at a large company.
- Medical & Science: The salary for a technical manager in Buenos Aires at a small company is $535,200 to $1,092,000 at a large company.
- Office: A labor relations manager in a small company in Patagonia earns around $294,000 and in a large company around $680,000.
- Oil and Gas: A project engineer receives nearly $350,000 at a small company in Patagonia, up to $875,000 at a large company.
- Sales and Marketing: The salary of a sales manager ranges from just over $568,000 at a small company in Patagonia to just over $1,615,000 at a large one.