The pay is above average for our industry.
I think Bonuses could be a little bit better and more tailored to the individual rather than the Project they are working on
2nd graduate increase was nice however for the hours that are asked I believe the pay to be on the low side.
I earned more money in a part time job working 3 days a week during my university degree but Probuild provide reasonable pay for inexperienced graduates. Discussions or ball park figures about pay post graduate programme would make financial planning a lot easier though.
Pay industry average or higher.
Starting wage is pretty good.
I am not too fussed on my pay as a Junior Employee. From what I understand, it is a good salary for someone in my position.
Salary is competitive. Once you factor in how many hours you work, the hourly rate is not great.
Probuild provide a reasonable salary for a first year grad, but you are working significant hours. The ability for bonuses, progression and pay rises is based on your own initiative after the grad program. The ability for career progression is definitely available.
It's reasonable for the industry and definitely on the higher end compared to other industries, however, the hours are also a lot higher in construction. When averaged out over total working hours, it's quite mediocre.
As a graduate your pay mirrors the experience that you have. There are yearly bonuses and pay reviews. It is tough to expect a big pay rise as a grad.