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Legal Salary Survey: Infographic

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Date : May 21, 2013, 10:25 AM
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Recruitment specialists Sellick Partnership has today revealed the key findings from the 2013 salary survey for the legal sector.

The survey is a reflection of the changes being made by employers over the past 18 months. The economic down significantly changed the overall legal picture and many firms across the UK have reasserted themselves as profitable entities for the year ahead. As legal salaries have increased little in the past three years, the surprising trend from the survey reveals remuneration benefit packages employees are offering have become the main priority for job seekers.

The information below has been gathered from over 500 respondents, as well as data from Sellick's candidate database.

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