2023 Salary & Benefits Survey (5008)

 2023 Salary & Benefits Survey (5008)
This comprehensive survey exclusively covers consulting engineering firms in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington. It reports the most current salary, bonus and benefit data available on local firms.

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Introduction The American Council of Engineering Companies of Alaska, Oregon and Washington present the results of our 2023 Annual Salary and Benefits Survey. We received responses from a total of 106 firms in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington combining to report on 7,703 employees. Alaska accounted for 711 positions, Oregon accounted for 2,595 positions and Washington accounted for 4,397 positions. Nine firms provided salary data only, six firms provided benefit data only, while 100 firms provided salary data plus completed the online survey. Three firms submitted salary data that was excluded due to data integrity concerns. Additionally, two participants started the online survey, but did not complete the submissions process. Not every question was answered by every participating firm. The purpose of this report is to help firm leaders, managers, and human resources directors compare historical salaries for their firms to salaries throughout the industry in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington. Benchmark salary data is included for a range of job families, grouped in eight main categories: Engineers, Scientists and Planners, Professional Land Surveyors, Technicians, Administrative positions, Management, Marketing/Public Relations positions, and IT Systems positions. Job classifications for Engineers and Scientists & Planners incorporate the standard ASCE performance-based grade descriptions 1 through 8. Marketing/Public Relations positions follow the SMPS job descriptions. The survey collected actual employee pay for each job matched, plus incentive bonus paid by reported position. Collecting data at this level enhances the accuracy and reliability of the reported statistics. Note that the incentive bonuses reported were used only to calculate the percentages shown under Bonus Plan Practices on page 8 – they are not included on the salary tables in any form. The salary tables include the 25th, 50th (median) and 75th percentile, as well as the average. This further provides perspective on the relationship of the average to the actual data distribution. A comprehensive Employee Benefits section precedes the salary information and includes data on benefit plans and employment practices offered in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington. Plan costs and cost-saving strategies are also highlighted.