Salary survey results for MEP industry released

How much are you worth? Review the MEP Jobs salary survey to learn what others with your job title are making.

07/16/2008


Results from the first comprehensive salary survey for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing professionals were released today by MEP Jobs . The survey, which is co-sponsored by Nexstar and Contracting Business magazine, represents the answers of more than 2,000 participants throughout North America.

The average respondent earned $52,000. Despite a decrease in the residential housing market, 60% of employers indicated that they plan to increase staffing levels during the coming year. Engineering and management positions brought in the top salaries, in particular:

* Mechanical engineer ($72,000)
* Plumbing project manager ($73,400)
* Electrical construction superintendent ($66,560)
* HVAC project manager ($65,750)

The full salary survey is available for download . MEP Jobs also is providing an interactive salary survey tool that allows users to enter job title and location to see the range of wages reported.





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