The ABC is facing criticism after it began to promote watchmakers like Stoneham Maikea and Abell Watchmakers in an effort to increase the number of employees it employed.
The move has been condemned by unions.
Watchmaker jobs Watchmaker Jobs are positions where employees work for the ABC but earn more than the $75,000 minimum wage and have an incentive package.
The ABC’s website lists the positions as “specialised watchmakers”.
Watchmaker job listing Abell is a subsidiary of a larger watchmaker, Abell-Kelly.
Watchmakers job listing Stoneham has more than 10,000 employees and has an annual turnover of $500 million.
WatchMaker jobs is a list of positions where the ABC is paying employees more than $75k.
Watch maker jobs Stoneham is not listed as a Watchmaker Job, but the ABC did not deny the position existed.
The company said the position had been eliminated in October 2017.
The list is part of a broader push by the ABC to recruit more watchmakers.
Watch makers jobs ABC Watchmaker salaries have been trending downwards in recent years.
In 2018, the average salary for watchmakers was $94,900, up 3.3 per cent on the previous year.
Watch Maker jobs shows the average pay for a watchmaker in 2018 was $84,600, up 2.5 per cent.
The wage gap between workers in the industry and the rest of the workforce has been widening.
Watchemaker jobs show that workers in industry make less than other employees in the same job category.
The gap has been particularly pronounced for younger employees, and for women, as many watchmakers are women.
Watch producer salaries ABC Watch producer salary is an average of the salaries paid to all employees in each industry in which the ABC has its headquarters.
Watch Producer salaries are calculated by looking at average salaries across industries for each industry and then dividing that figure by the number and type of employees.