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AGC/Moss Adams Salary Survey is Now Open!

AGC/Moss Adams Salary Survey is Now Open!

Pacific Northwest Construction Industry 2015 Salary Survey

2015 AGC/Moss Adams Salary SurveyBetter Data for Better Business Decisions

Moss Adams and several Northwest chapters of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) are currently gathering data for our 2015 Pacific Northwest Construction Industry Salary Survey. The survey presents industry-critical information on compensation metrics and trends in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington across 22 different job functions.

Topics include:

  • Comprehensive salary and benefits data for executive, management, financial, administrative, and field personnel
  • Benchmarks in salary and bonus structures
  • Salary differentials for revenue size and geographic regions of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington State
  • Benefits and salary packages for the construction industry

The results will give you the information you need to make smart, informed business decisions, and the report will feature an in-depth look at industry salaries from AGC chief economist Ken Simonson.

Because the data will only be as robust as the number of firms that participate, we encourage you to contribute your information. In return, you’ll receive a free copy of the report.

Nonparticipants may purchase the guide at the AGC member rate of $75 or the nonmember rate of $150.

Click here for the survey.

For questions, please contact Elizabeth Enneking, 206-302-6823.

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