Salaries

Get overall local salary trends and typical salaries by job title. Below is a brief excerpt, highlighting just one industry:  

Accounting and Finance

Before the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, wages in this sector increased on average between 5% and 15% in the last year, with the exception of heads of treasury departments that enjoyed a salary increase of over 20%.

While the Coronavirus public health crisis is expected to cause some salaries to fluctuate and decrease for some positions, below are average annual salaries (in EUR) for different types of occupations in the accounting and finance sector in the main cities, including variations by years of professional experience and company size. As the table shows, the best salaries can be obtained in Barcelona and Madrid.

Accounting and finance positions (… years of professional experience)

Madrid

Barcelona

Bilbao

Seville

Valencia

Financial director (5 to 10, in SMEs)

61,500

56,500

51,500

48,500

49,500

Administration manager (2 to 5, in SMEs)

40,500

38,500

36,500

32,500

33,500

Administration manager (10+, in SMEs)

54,000

53,000

45,000

45,000

44,000

CFO (10+, big company)

165,000

137,500

120,000

102,500

105,000

Financial controller (5 to 10, big company)

47,500

47,500

42,500

39,000

40,500

Financial analyst (2 to 5, big company)

36,500

34,500

31,000

28,000

28,000

Auditor (5 to 10, big company)

41,500

39,000

37,500

31,500

31,000

Treasurer (2 to 5, big company)

30,500

28,000

26,000

24,500

24,000

Treasurer-manager (5 to 10, big company)

61,000

57,500

52,500

45,500

46,500

Accountant (2 to 5, big company)

28,000

26,000

22,500

21,000

21,000

Credit and collection manager (5 to 10, big company)

52,000

47,000

42,000

38,500

37,500

Risk analyst (10+, big company)

43,500

42,500

34,000

30,500

31,000

 

You’ll find salary information for seven professional sectors in the GoinGlobal Spain Career Guide, which is carefully prepared and regularly updated by local career experts.

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