The only Québec survey on engineering remuneration!
A reference tool for the past 31 years, leveraging information from over 7,000 respondents.
In addition to the compensation survey, you get a comprehensive labour market report covering over 250 engineering organizations.
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The most recent report shows that, between the 2022 and 2023 surveys, the average salary for engineering professionals increased by 6.1% while, over the same period, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 4%. The average salary is now $123,314, an increase of $7,077. The median is $115,600.
A survey of engineering executives was also conducted. The report notes that many business leaders have implemented various solutions to deal with labour shortages, review total compensation to be more competitive (68%), make the work environment pleasing and attractive (64%), use students / offer internships (58%), etc.
Get a copy of the full reports, presenting our complete survey findings in detailed tables and graphs describing salary, benefits, working conditions, the engineering job market, and the situation of graduates.
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Engineering company executives can fill out the registration form [available in French only] to receive the employer survey.
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The 2023 survey was open from May 11 to June 11. In addition to salary and benefits information, this year's survey focused on the impact of labour shortages on employment conditions, employee attraction and retention, and mental health in the workplace.
Complete the survey to receive the new report, published in the fall, free of charge.
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You are an engineering professional or student, click here to learn how to participate in the survey.