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Despite the pandemic and the economic challenges it's brought, the need for skilled labor is still in-demand, perhaps now more than ever. As Baby Boomers retire, these positions are becoming more essential. Which is why having the right salary data can make all the difference in finding, keeping, and motivating this top talent.
Enhance your compensation strategy with the US Salary Report for Trades Jobs. Learn exactly what to pay these sought-after employees by analyzing data across 14 industries. Use the data to benchmark the highest paying trades positions across key elements of the rewards package, such as:
Results publish: Discontinued
2020 Results Available
Based on data from the 2020 US Salary Report for Trades Jobs. Data minimum and suppression rules account for the difference between the number of positions surveyed and published.
Derived from the US MBD: Mercer Benchmark Database, evaluate your employees’ salaries with data that crosses a broad-range of functions.
Survey results are delivered in a published Excel format to your imercer.com account under My Downloads.
Please note: This survey is being discontinued in 2021.
Visit the US MBD: Manufacturing & Operations Survey for comprehensive manufacturing compensation data.
Or, visit the US MBD: Engineering & Design Survey for extensive engineering intelligence.
View the position list and descriptions included in this HR compensation survey to optimize your ongoing compensation and benchmarking efforts.
View a sample report of this survey to see what's included, and learn how easy it is to streamline your salary benchmarking efforts.
View a list of the participating companies included in the 2020 US Salary Report for Trades Jobs here.
Salary data for positions common across all industries; 13 modules available.
Go beyond the paycheck and explore other areas of compensation.
Current & projected data on pay increases, structure adjustments, and more.