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This growth builds on an increase of 4. APESMA CEO Chris Walton said that while this level of growth was good, the survey revealed that different sectors and locations were feeling the impacts of the engineering skills shortage and the tightening of government expenditure.
For example, in the mining and exploration sector, salaries have grown on average by 7. The non-manufacturing sector reported an average increase in salaries of 4. The report also addresses the trend in the employment of professional engineers as contractors. Employers of professional engineers are making greater use of such arrangements as a means of meeting peak workloads or complete specific projects.
As such the survey analyses the differences between short-term and long-term contracts, leave access and allowances and contract agency rates. The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that up to 20 per cent of the workforce is now engaged in non-standard work arrangements with professionals operating as independent contractors or consultants among the fastest growing group. The June Professional Engineer Remuneration Survey Report released today contains detailed data and analysis of current base and package rates across all sectors and states for Professional Engineers Level , as well as contract agency rates.
This data is drawn from the survey of professional engineers, making it the most comprehensive salary survey of its type in Australia. APESMA works to produce detailed salary information to help our engineering members get paid what they are worth in the marketplace. Click here for a summary of the report and information on how you can purchase the complete report.
Engineering salaries maintain growth Home Latest News Engineers Engineering salaries maintain growth. Professional engineer salaries have maintained growth in the last year, with an average increase of 4. Related Posts Chris Walton: Storage is key to power crisis solutions. Take it or leave it contracts. Member Savings. Member Login Members Login Here.