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Overview of salaries statistics in the category "Social And Civil Services in Connacht"

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Overview of salaries statistics in the category "Social And Civil Services in Connacht"

2 189 £ Average monthly salary

Average salary in branch "Social And Civil Services" in the last 12 months in Connacht

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The distribution of vacancies in the category "Social And Civil Services" of Connacht

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Popular professions rating in the category "Social And Civil Services in Connacht" in 2021 year

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Child Care Worker is the most popular profession in Connacht in the category Social And Civil Services. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 2. The average salary of the profession of Child Care Worker is 1440 GBP

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