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Collins McNicholas 2024 Salary Guide
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Collins McNicholas Releases 2024 Salary Guide

  • Publish Date: Posted about 1 month ago
  • Author:by Niall Murray


The latest salary guide from Collins McNicholas for 2024 offers an extensive examination of salary trends across various sectors and regions in Ireland. Covering ten sectors and eight regions, including Dublin, South, South East, Midlands, Midwest, West, North West, and North East, this guide explores the compensation dynamics shaping today's Irish workforce.

In the last 12 months, the world of work has continued to evolve with a persistent focus on remote and hybrid working opportunities. This flexibility in the work environment has continued to blur the boundaries between urban and regional pay scales, particularly evident across numerous professional roles.

You can click here to download our 2024 Salary Guide.

Salaries gathered from the latest data


The salary data in this guide comes from a thorough analysis of candidate profiles and client feedback. 9,900 candidate records were analysed and compared with salary information from 450 job placements, giving a detailed picture of current compensation trends.

Market Trends

Collins McNicholas keeps a close watch on market trends and shifts, leveraging our nationwide reach to offer valuable insights to clients, candidates, and stakeholders. These latest insights serve as a valuable compass for businesses, job seekers, and stakeholders navigating the Irish employment landscape and, indeed, international entities contemplating an expansion into Ireland. For businesses planning how to spread their workforce across various regions, the salary breakdown by region helps create specific plans for each location and provides the information they need to make smart business choices.

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Niall Murray - Managing Director, Collins McNicholas
Niall Murray
​Managing Director