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2013 Salary Survey

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Compare your salary and work environment to over 2,700 Electronic Engineers that responded to our survey and provided feedback on their jobs and industry!

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What's inside:

  • 34 unique data tables, charts and infographics
  • 18 pages of expert analysis and commentary covering the past, present and future of Electronic Engineer's across the United States
  • In-depth coverage on: Unemployment rates, H-1B Visas, Wage stagnation, How Engineers are staying positive, Job satisfaction, How Engineers keep their skills current, Offshoring and outsourcing and more


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2015 salary surveyBy registering on Electronic Design now, you'll not only gain access to premium content, you'll also become part of a robust engineering community. Gain access to the complete 2015 Salary Survey data. This 12 page PDF includes all of the data/editorial written in the online article and also features the following bonus material:

  • Featuring: With Salaries Up, Where Do You Stand?, Keeping Up With Technology, The Impact of Outsourcing, Top Factors in Job Satisfaction, Preparing for the Internet of Things
  • Regional salary and market data—where are the jobs, and how do salaries differ?
  • A wealth of infographics that include valuable compensation data
  • High-resolution graphics and a printer-friendly format

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