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90 000 ₣ Durchschnittliches Monatsgehalt

Durchschnittliches Gehaltsniveau in den letzten 12 Monaten: "Chief Accountant in Schweiz"

Währung: CHF USD Jahr: 2021
Das Balkendiagramm zeigt die Änderung des Gehaltsniveaus in der Chief Accountant Branche in Schweiz

Verteilung des Stellenangebots "Chief Accountant" in Schweiz

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Wie die Grafik zeigt, in Schweiz gilt Kanton Genf als die Region mit der größten Zahl der offenen Stellen in und an zweiter Stelle folgt Kanton Zug. Den dritten Platz nimmt Kanton Waadt ein.

Ranking der Kantone in Schweiz gemäß dem Gehaltsniveau für den Beruf "Chief Accountant"

Währung: CHF
Wie die Grafik zeigt, in Schweiz gilt Kanton Genf als die Region mit der größten Zahl der offenen Stellen in und an zweiter Stelle folgt Kanton Zug. Den dritten Platz nimmt Kanton Waadt ein.

Ranking der ähnlichen Stellenangebote gemäß dem Gehaltsniveau in Schweiz

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Unter den ähnlichen Berufen in Schweiz gilt Accounting Manager als der bestbezahlte Beruf. Laut unserer Webseite beträgt das Durchschnittseinkommen 130000 CHF. An zweiter Stelle folgt Senior Accountant mit dem Gehalt von 110000 CHF und den dritten Platz nimmt Account mit dem Gehalt von 92911 CHF ein.

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