Tech news tagged ‘salary levels’

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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Salary Survey 2014 – Part II – Location, location, location

How much does where you work in the country influence average salary levels for engineers and sales staff? Electronics Weekly’s national survey of salary levels reveals interesting regional variations across the electronics industry, writes Richard Wilson.

Whether you are a design engineer, sales and market executive or company CEO…

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Survey finds firms undervalue engineers

Companies in the UK are placing greater importance on commercial activities and not the engineering function on which most businesses depend.

This is despite efforts even at government level to raise the status of engineering in the economy.

One of the key findings of a national salary survey carried out…

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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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Enter the Electronics Salary Survey 2011

We are happy to announce that Electronics Weekly, in association with Jonathan Lee, is now running a salary survey, taking the industry’s temperature. Take part now >> Help us to gauge current salary levels in the industry by taking part. We will be looking at remunerations in the…

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EW survey reveals salary levels

The most common reason for taking the current job, cited by 46 per cent, was that it offered fresh challenges. While 38 per cent went for better long term prospects, 36 per cent went for more money. Only ten per cent gave better training and development opportunities as the reason…

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