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  • The 2021 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 34th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • The 2020 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 33rd compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • The 2018 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 32nd compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • The 2018 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 31stcompensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • The 2017 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 30thcompensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • The 2016 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 29th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $130.00 Non-Member: $65.00
  • The 2015 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 28th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. The aim of the project is to provide timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for accurate understanding of compensation practices in this profession, including how those practices impact individual engineers.
    Member: $57.50 Non-Member: $115.00
  • The 2014 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 27th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. The aim of the project is to provide timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for accurate understanding of compensation practices in this profession, including how those practices impact individual engineers. Member: $50.00 Non-Member: $100.00
  • The 2013 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 26th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. The aim of the project is to provide timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of IEEE members in the United States. This information is critical for accurate understanding of compensation practices in this profession, including how those practices impact individual engineers. Members: $25.00 Non-Members: $50.00
  • The 2010 IEEE-USA Salary & Fringe Benefits Survey is the 23rd compensation study IEEE-USA has published. The aim of the project is to provide timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of IEEE members in the United States. This information is critical for accurate understanding of compensation practices in this profession, including how those practices impact individual engineers. Member: $25.00 Non-Member: $50.00
  • The 2009 IEEE-USA Salary & Fringe Benefits Survey is the 22nd compensation study IEEE-USA has published to provide timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of IEEE members in the United States. This information is critical for accurate understanding of compensation practices in this profession, including how those practices impact individual engineers. Member: $25.00 Non-Member: $50.00

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