Pay and Reward Survey 2019: shedding light on pay and benefits in the chemical sciences
Sarah SalterCareers Executive - Royal Society of Chemistry
Time & Location
Thursday: 10.00 to 10.15, Stage 2
About this presentation
Since 1919, the biennial Pay and Reward survey has helped chemical scientists understand their worth in the job market, make informed decisions about their career and compare the pay and rewards of different sectors and roles. The comprehensive report supports both individuals and employers when negotiating or benchmarking salaries, understanding the value of further qualifications, the impact of career breaks, individual career motivators and skills needs across sectors and career stages.
Sarah is the Careers Executive within the Careers and Professional Development team at the Royal Society of Chemistry. She joined the team in 2017 providing support across a range of projects, campaigns and services, reviewing CVs and cover letters, writing careers information for members along completing her training to become a qualified careers adviser. Before joining the team, Sarah worked at Cambridge Judge Business School and supported one-year MBA students to reach their ambitious career goals across a wide range of industries. Before changing careers, Sarah worked in the publishing industry for 10 years at Cambridge University Press and the Royal Society of Chemistry in a number of editorial, project management and sales roles. She has a BAHons English from Anglia Ruskin University, enjoys crafting, looking after her indoor plants and helping individuals in their career development.