Salary Survey

Public Works 2016 Salary Survey: As good as it gets?
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Public Works 2016 Salary Survey: As good as it gets?

Public works professionals are finally receiving raises. Yet many say the... More

Public Works 2015 Salary & Benefits Survey: One step at a time
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Public Works 2015 Salary & Benefits Survey: One step at a time

Wages are creeping up but not enough to cover higher health care and other benefit... More

Public Works' 2015 Salary & Benefits Survey: How does your salary compare?
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Public Works' 2015 Salary & Benefits Survey: How does your salary compare?

This region-by-region analysis compares average salaries of survey respondents by... More

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Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: How does your salary compare?

This region-by-region analysis compares average salaries of survey respondents by population served. More

2014 Public Works Salary & Benefits Survey: More pay, even more costs, less workers
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2014 Public Works Salary & Benefits Survey: More pay, even more costs, less workers

Public wages are increasing, but not as much as employee contributions for... More

Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Baby Boomers ready to leave
Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Great expectations
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Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Great expectations

This year, 58% are positive they will get a raise. More

Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Benefit costs outpace salary increases
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Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Benefit costs outpace salary increases

Participants in our annual survey have increasingly complained about the rising... More

Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Raises are coming back
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Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Raises are coming back

About a year after the Great Recession ended, Public Works began asking salary... More

2013 salary survey: Picking up the pieces
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2013 salary survey: Picking up the pieces

Four years after the Great Recession officially ended, we're still feeling the pain. More

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