Process Automation Salary Survey. Are You Paid Enough?

March 13, 2013
Participate in Control's Annual Salary Survey and Helps Us Find Out If You and Your Peers Are Compensated Fairly

How much are your fellow engineers paid and how hard do they have to work to get it? Want to see how your salary, benefits, raise and bonus — if any — compare to others with the same experience and training as you?

Participate in our survey and helps us gather this data that we will present to you in our June 2013 print edition.

Our 2012 salary survey showed that being an engineer pays. Just over 50% of last years' respondents made more than $90,000 a year. Another 20% made between $70,000 and $90,000. The downside was that 74% of those that participated in the survey said they do not get paid overtime.

Every year we ask our readers how they see the process automation world from their desks, in terms of the money they make, the benefits they accrue and the satisfaction their jobs bring. It will only take you a few minutes of your time to complete this year's survey.

Participate in Control's 23rd Annual Salary Survey Now