IT highest paid sector in India at ₹ 346.42/hr; however only 57% satisfied with their pay - February 29, 2016
IT highest paid sector in India at ₹ 346.42/hr; however only 57% satisfied with their pay - News Press Release Monster India - February 29, 2016 - IT sector
Education sector least paid in India – INR 205.29/hr in 3 yrs - News Press Release March 1st, 2016
Manufacturing sector paid at ₹ 254. 04/hr; 9% less than the median salary of Indian economy, February 28, 2016
IT highest paid sector in India at ₹ 346. 42/hr, though only 57.4% satisfied with their salary. BFSI second highest median salary owing to high education levels
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