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19 670 A$ Average monthly salary

Average salary in the last 12 months: "Transport Officer in "

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Distribution of vacancy "Transport Officer" by regions

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As you can see on the diagramm in the most numerous number of vacancies of Transport Officer Job are opened in . In the second place is Weston Creek, In the third is Fyshwick.

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Among similar professions in the highest-paid are considered to be Route Manager. According to our website the average salary is 5417 aud. In the second place is Transport Manager with a salary 2000 aud, and the third - Transit Manager with a salary 2000 aud.

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