Record year for travel salaries

Wednesday, 25 Jan, 2023 0

Salaries for new travel jobs rose by 11.53% in 2022.

It stands at a record £30,617, according to the 2022 Travel Salary Index from C&M Travel Recruitment.

It is up by 8.59% from 2019.

The rise was even larger for standard new travel jobs (those paying up to £40,000) which increased annually by 17.36%.

However, salaries for the average new senior travel role (£40,000 and above) dipped by 6.77% in 2022.

This was largely due to an increasing number of roles which pushed down the overall average salary.

The number of people placed in new travel jobs was up by 181% in 2022 to reach a near-record high.

Barbara Kolosinska, Managing Director at C&M Travel Recruitment, said: “2022 was a historic year for travel recruitment.”

“Last year set numerous records, with spring and summer 2022 being the busiest period that we have ever seen.”

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