The Union of Professional Engineers is familiar with the salary level of engineers and technical experts.
The Union of Professional Engineers conducts an annual labor market survey, which serves as a tool for negotiations and members’ pay advice. Salary statistics contain pay scales for different sectors, tasks, and geographical areas, for example. The statistics consist of salary data for over 10,000 engineers. The Union of Professional Engineers also monitors, for example, the salaries of IT workers.
The salary counter is a tool that allows you to identify a suitable pay bracket, for example, when applying for a new job. When you want to negotiate the salary, check the salary statistics, and identify your desired pay with the help of the salary counter.
It can sometimes be difficult to define a salary request. Experts from the Union of Professional Engineers’ salary counseling team provide personal pay advice at different stages of a professional’s career. Advice on both domestic and foreign salaries is available.
See salary recommendations for internships and graduates’ initial salary recommendations.
Tips for salary negotiation
Good tips on salary negotiation can be found on the Members’ pages under.
Overview of engineers
|42||is the average age|
|15||years is the average number of professional experience|
|39 h||per week is the average total working time|
|2%||top management, entrepreneur|
|4 335 e/month||average gross wage|
|4 050 e/month||median gross salary|
|2 900 e/month||median initial salary|
|90%||private sector employment|
|10%||public sector employment|