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Compete in the news: Salaries for non-tech jobs on the rise

Compete recently worked with both Globes and Jerusalem Post to uncover the latest salary trends in tech.

“With start-ups raising capital in record amounts, salaries for those positions have been rising quickly”


We were interested to see if roles had seen a salary increase, which roles had risen and by how much. Using data from the Compete platform, you can now read about the latest findings below.

“The fact that Israeli start-ups have remained independent, with some even going public, has led to a high level of demand for workers beyond the classic development chain.”


To read more about the fascinating findings, click on the image to read each article.


Jerusalem Post:

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