Latest Electronics Salary Survey Results & Updates

Salary Survey 2014 - Part III - Comms sector leads manufacturing

Whether you are a design engineer, sales and marketing executive or company CEO, you will be able to compare your salary with the national average in this electronics survey, carried out by Electronics Weekly in association with recruitment specialists, European Recruitment. The survey results indicated that the national average salary…

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Electronics Weekly Salary Survey 2014 - The results, part I

How much do you earn? How much are you worth? Electronics Weekly publishes the results of its largest ever national survey of salary levels in the UK electronics industry, writes Richard Wilson Whether you are a design engineer, sales and market executive or company CEO, you will be able to…

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IT skills in growing demand, says KPMG

IT and computing skills continue to be in high demand as the IT sector grows, according to the latest Report on Jobs, published by KPMG and the REC. The report’s index of 68.3 for permanent IT staff demand in February pointed to a strong pace of expansion that…

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Dyson wants to recruit 3,000 engineers by 2020

Dyson grabbed the headlines last week with its most ambitious recruitment plan to date. The Wiltshire-based vacuum cleaner manufacturer wants to create 3,000 science and engineering jobs in the UK by 2020. Dyson is doubling the size of its UK-based R&D teams as part of…

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Industry scholarship programme targets skills gap

The UK Electronics Skills Foundation has announced industry backing for 60 scholarships for the 2013/14 academic year. This takes promised industrial support for the electronic engineering scholarship programme to over £1m in three years. It has helped 180 engineering students through university and into rewarding electronic engineering careers. The…

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Industry must address the "true" skills problem, says IET president

Initiatives to encourage students to take up science at A-level may not be addressing the UK’s shortage of engineers. Professor Andy Hopper, president of the IET, is concerned that if government and the industry continue to focus only on science in schools they are not addressing the engineering…

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Electronics Weekly Salary Survey 2011 - The Results

Richard Wilson looks at the findings of a major survey of salary levels in the UK electronics industry which questioned 1,160 electronics professionals across the country. A national salary survey carried out by Electronics Weekly in association with Jonathan Lee Recruitment found that in 2011 the average salary for…

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Engineers are active in job market, says salary survey

Are you keeping an eye on the job ads? Keeping a look out for that one job that tweaks your interest? Yes? Well you are in good company. It seems that the majority of engineers are constantly keeping an eye out for that one special job. According to the 2007…

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