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By | Team Register 10th May 2006 00:02

Southern IT sellers earn 20% more

North/South divide

Would you adam and eve it? People who work in IT sales in the south of England earn 20 per cent more than the average, according to a tally of those who have been placed by Robson Taylor, a small recruitment consultant.

The further north you go, the less money you earn. The average earnings of someone on Robson Taylor's books is £47,000. Scots get paid 18 per cent less than the average. ®

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