Tunisian Salaries

Kris

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Staff member
#1
Another salary survey.

There has to be a property crash in Tunisia even rents make no sense at these levels all considered the prices are worse than the UK.

Quels salaires gagnent les Tunisiens ?

Tunisia prides itself, rightly, to be the country where the middle class is the broadest basis, being a country where the poverty rate has fallen below the psychological barrier of 4%, a country where over 80% of the population are homeowners, a country where the average income per capita is already more than 5,000 dinars per year.
But if you looked closer, the real wages on the ground? Indeed, between what should win this so-and he wins, actually, there is sometimes a big problem. Dearth of places required at recruitment, payment of wages in the private sector, in particular, is no longer, necessarily, as the diploma or the applicant's competence, but rather by the urgency of its needs.
Thus, in times of crisis and who are given the abundance of job applications and the proliferation of higher education graduates, employers are spoiled for choice and it is one that sometimes accepts lowest wage that will return the position.
Logically, it is normal to equal worth and competence, an employer retains one who is cheaper. This is not the case for all functions. For some employers willing to pay high salaries for candidates of value. And the value does not always measure the degree or experience, but know-how. Here's what the Tunisians won on average, sector by sector.

If our readers have a clear idea of what might be called the salary of different professions, we proceeded according to board the means that we wanted the most reliable and credible as possible, to collect data on this issue with people from various corporations involved. So with people who have kindly report the wages they receive. For others, it appealed to official documents of general meetings of companies (the case of listed companies) or public statements of those concerned (case of athletes).
If one compares the extremes ie the lowest wage, which is that the worker smigard and without any qualification, and the highest pay namely that of a CEO of a private bank, we find that the gap is huge but it is true that the wider base is around 500 dinars per month, fees collected by a middle or senior technician. These fees do not include any extras, ie premiums, petrol coupons, tickets restaurant, etc..
Still, for the same job, differences exist depending on whether you are a beginner or confirmed without forgetting seniority involving the granting of advances in scales and levels.

Charity starts with the self. Among journalists, if the agreement is that we begin to one of the IPSI maîtrisard, about 600 dinars, and nearly 1,000 dinars when the rank of editor, reality n ' is not always the case in the sense that many journalists engaged today in some journalistic enterprises by status of contract with a salary not exceeding, in the best case, the 400-500dinars. This is particularly the case in the private sector. In the audience, and after ten years of experience, salary is around 1,200 dinars.
In Education, a school teacher begins with a monthly salary of 700 dinars, which can reach up to 850-900 dinars, while the teacher begins with 600 dinars before going according to his seniority, promotions and special offers.

In the medical corporation, the general practitioner began in public health, with a little more than a thousand dinars, the key specialist in the 1500 dinars while the associate professor comes up to two thousand dinars.
In the body of magistrates, it starts at 1300 dinars for the first degree. We spend nearly 1,600 dinars for the second degree before moving to a little over two thousand dinars in the third degree (appeal)
For private entrepreneurs, the range is between 1,500 and 5,000 dinars, while their counterparts in the public sector, it goes from 2000 to 3000 dinars.
For banks, the salary of a CEO in the public varies between 2300 and 2800 dinars while the salary of a CEO in the private sector goes to extraordinary proportions up to ... 90 ... 000 dinars per month! This was the case in a large private bank in the place some years ago. We will certainly further this year with the legal obligation imposed by the new law published the salaries of CEOs.

It should be mentioned, also low wages such as cleaning women employed by the system of subcontracting. Sometimes these do not affect more than 80 dinars per month, while a medical secretary in a doctor's office affects between 120 and 250 dinars.
The fees mentioned is the net amount received monthly excluding allowances and other bonuses or performance fees for doctors guards.

Without pretending to cover all industries and with the figures closer to the reality, here is a non-exhaustive schedule of monthly salaries of many professions. These salaries are indicative and average income excluding bonuses and benefits:

- General Practitioner: 1000 dinars
- Medical Specialist: 1500 dinars
- Professor of Medicine: 2000 dinars
- Nurse: 500 dinars
Lecturer-higher education: 1100 - 2000 dinars
- Secondary Teacher: 700-900 dinars
- Teacher: 600 dinars
- Judge: 1300-2000 dinars
- Journalist: 400-600-1000 dinars
- Editor: 1100-1200 dinars
- Workers: 250 dinars
- CEO Bank: As of 2300 dinars, up to 90,000 dinars
- Leader of SMEs (private): 1500-5000 dinars
- Leader of a public company: 2000-3000 dinars
- Engineer IT: 800 - 2000 dinars
- Secretary: 250-400 dinars
- Bus driver (public): 450 dinars
- Bus driver (private): 250 dinars
- Policeman: 350 - 400 dinars
- Officer in a bank: 600 - 700
- Setting in a bank: 900 - 1300
 

Black Mamba

Well-Known Member
#2
What I do know from personal experience:

Secretary ( we don't say secretary anymore, but Office Assistant): from 600 up to 900 TND.

Policeman ( my best mate 's dad) 700 TND.
 

FoxyRoxie89

Well-Known Member
#3
What I do know from personal experience:

Secretary ( we don't say secretary anymore, but Office Assistant): from 600 up to 900 TND.

Policeman ( my best mate 's dad) 700 TND.
Secretary- Office Assitant could get more than a policeman :eek:
 

Black Mamba

Well-Known Member
#6
We don't work in hours here lol

Maybe that's why.
 

Kris

Administrator
Staff member
#7
I think doctors get a bit more also 30-40 dinars each 30 mins.

Also that seems to be the only job where you can get a house and a car if your parents are not rich.

Even on 4000x12= 48,000 x 4 = 192,000 which is a flat maybe in a half decent area in tunis a flat in bizerte but no houses.
 
N

nela

Guest
#8
Nurse 500TD are they having a laugh??

What about accountant and a animation guys???
 

Kris

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Staff member
#9
Animation 250-350+ Bezness Benefits.

if you get 4-5 girlfreinds sending 100-200 dinars a month you can quickly boost your income.
 

Tunisianbelle

Well-Known Member
#11
My hubby doesn't have a "fixed" salary as it depends on how many flights he does.

But he gets a base salary and then that is added to depending on how many hours he works. I can say that he makes a lot more than most of that list: (the CEO of a Bank who makes up to 90,000 dinars a month) is the only one over him.
 

Trulymadlydeeply

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#12
How much would a Tunisian National footballer get?? Just curious ;)
 

bobby g

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#13
My hubby doesn't have a "fixed" salary as it depends on how many flights he does.

But he gets a base salary and then that is added to depending on how many hours he works. I can say that he makes a lot more than most of that list: (the CEO of a Bank who makes up to 90,000 dinars a month) is the only one over him.
Would'nt keep me in shoes LOL...:D:D just joking.
 

bobby g

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#15
Or champagne LOL.
 

bobby g

Well-Known Member
#17
Or the sexy designer underwear hub's insists upon.

On me not him LOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLL.
 

Black Mamba

Well-Known Member
#18
Or the sexy designer underwear hub's insists upon.

On me not him LOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLL.
:DLOL

Etam is awesome here, might pop and get some stuff for M!
 

Kris

Administrator
Staff member
#19
How much would a Tunisian National footballer get?? Just curious ;)
Depends... Chatting to some lads who play for CAB they would jump to go play in league 1 (third uk division) and i think its a little like this but however some players get a lot more. You will be surprised how much in Tunisia since its like the uk where rich sugar daddies buy expensive players for the glory.

Tunisia league normal player = 15, 25,000 dinars per year.

Top players > 250,000 dinars or so

international who plays for another team abroad x the above at the moment there are no top top players from Tunisia but somone like Jaidi or Hatem T would have pulled in at least 15,000 £ a week in the premier league that would be 1,5000-2million dinars per year.
 

Kris

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Staff member
#20
RioGirl13 said:
What does an accountant get? :confused:
my accountant is a small business one and does all my bookwork for 125 dinars per month.

so more clients = more cash.

Kpmg and the like have offices in Tunisia so i guess they get loads more.
 
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