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EB.com 2017 Salary Survey - Civil/Structural

EB.com 2017 Salary Survey - Civil/Structural  

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  1. 1. 2017 Salary Survey - Civil Engineer (Structural) (EIT, 0-2 years Experience)

    • <$50,000
      2
    • $55,000
      3
    • >$55,000
      1
    • N/A
      19
  2. 2. 2017 Salary Survey - Civil Engineer (Structural) (EIT, 2-4 years Experience)

    • <$50,000
      1
    • $55,000
      2
    • $60,000
      2
    • >$60,000
      7
    • N/A
      13
  3. 3. 2017 Salary Survey - Civil Engineer (Structural) (PE, 2-4 years Experience)

    • <$55,000
      2
    • $60,000
      0
    • $65,000
      1
    • >$65,000
      3
    • N/A
      19
  4. 4. 2017 Salary Survey - Civil Engineer (Structural) (PE, 4-6 years Experience)

    • <$65,000
      2
    • $65,000
      0
    • $75,000
      3
    • $80,000
      1
    • >$80,000
      1
    • N/A
      18
  5. 5. 2017 Salary Survey - Civil Engineer (Structural) (PE, 6-10 years Experience)

    • <$80,000
      3
    • $85,000
      1
    • $90,000
      0
    • $95,000
      0
    • >$95,000
      1
    • N/A
      20
  6. 6. 2017 Salary Survey - Civil Engineer (Structural) (PE, 10-14 years Experience)

    • <$90,000
      3
    • $95,000
      1
    • $100,000
      0
    • >S100,000
      3
    • N/A
      18


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Let's try to get a better idea of what we structural folk are making at different stages in our careers.

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Wait, we're supposed to get paid?

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"He just won't be receiving a paycheck any longer. So the problem will naturally work itself out."

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My level/years of experience and licensing status don't show up an any of these.  :)

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15 hours ago, vhab49 said:

My level/years of experience and licensing status don't show up an any of these.  :)

Then you must be making fatty^2 money then! :D

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22 minutes ago, knight1fox3 said:

Then you must be making fatty^2 money then! :D

Well, according to this chart yeah?  Not really.  I meant # years experience to FE vs PE.  Once I pass this beast I'll be on the board.  ;)

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ugh. i need to make more money. 

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I started working in Massachusetts where they require 4 years for a technical degree to even sit for the EIT.  I took and passed the EIT at 3 yrs experience but still had to wait another year to get the certification.  Then I moved to Vermont where they require 8 years of experience to even apply for the PE (or SE) if you have a technical degree.  Interesting to see the spread above, even though the pool is small so far.

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23 hours ago, Phil Clark said:

I started working in Massachusetts where they require 4 years for a technical degree to even sit for the EIT.  I took and passed the EIT at 3 yrs experience but still had to wait another year to get the certification.  Then I moved to Vermont where they require 8 years of experience to even apply for the PE (or SE) if you have a technical degree.  Interesting to see the spread above, even though the pool is small so far.

Hey Phil! I used to live and work in VT, but moved away about 2.5 years ago.

Yep, hoping we'll get more replies to this thread as time goes on.

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