Remuneration Survey 2015: salary increases and gender pay gaps
The numbers are in and we’ve finalised our annual Remuneration Survey for another year. Conducted in collaboration with RobLawMax Recruitment, the report gives an overview of engineering salary trends based on responses from 2,462 IPENZ Members across New Zealand.
The report maps trends across a variety of categories including work type, engineering specialisation, region of New Zealand, IPENZ Membership class, employment field, gender, employment sector, registration, highest qualification and years of experience.
At a glance
- Median starting base salaries for engineering graduates with experience up to one year is $53,500, an increase of 1 per cent on last year’s figure
- The overall median base salary for 2015 was recorded at $87,100 and the median total remuneration was $92,000
- The median salary for male engineers is 22 per cent higher than their female counterparts. This is above the New Zealand national gender pay gap of 9.9 per cent
- Chartered Professional Engineers earn an average of $10,500 more than their non-registered counterparts.
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Full Survey results are available free to IPENZ Members
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