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Asia Pacific Rewards & Attitudes Survey 2019

Asia Pacific Rewards & Attitudes Survey 2019

Compare your salary to the average and see if you're getting the benefits you should be compared to the industry standard.

In 2018, over 2,000 respondents in Asia Pacific participated in the twelfth Asia Pacific Rewards & Attitudes Survey.

Respondents indicated the highest average earnings, bonuses and pay rises since 2009. The sample was slightly more experienced in demographic but the rises were across the board. Respondents under 34 years of age enjoyed average rises in earnings of over 10% and respondents appeared to indicate that increases were on the cards for the coming year as well.

Read now: Asia Pacific Rewards & Attitudes Survey 2018

A changing landscape

With a changing political climate and new ways of working — open-work spaces and flexible time — we need your opinion on how you think work has changed and what you think the profession will look like in the future.

Now in it's thirteenth year, the Asia Pacific Rewards & Attitudes Survey determines a range of important topical issues, such as the gender pay gap and age-related pay. This is why it is important we get your feedback on the industry.

What’s in it for you?

Benchmark, benchmark, benchmark. Compare your salary to the average and see if you're getting the benefits you deserve compared to the industry standard. Let us know your experience in terms of pay, rewards and benefits so you know where you stand in the profession. Your journey matters.

What you need to do

The 2019 survey opens on 7 January 2019.

From that date, you just need to take a break, sit down and provide your feedback — it's that simple. It should take no longer than five minutes to complete. Results are anonymised, so please be as honest as possible, it’s in your interest to be transparent.

Asia Salary Survey 2018 results
At a glance: Asia Pacific Salary Survey 2018

Last year's survey in brief:

  • The average salary (US$110,890), bonus (US$37,801) and total reward (US$117,138) were the highest reported figures for the last 10 years.
  • 63% of respondents received a base salary increase, the average increase was 10%.
  • The average bonus for the property sector grew by 79.4% to US$37,801.
  • On average, the RICS qualification leads to a 18.1% higher base salary.
  • Male property professionals earned on average US$118,946 (+27.5%) in comparison to their female counterparts, who earn on average US$93,259.