The Engineering Council will shortly be commencing its regular survey of registered professional engineers and technicians, which provides a statistically valid snapshot of the state of employment and employment benefits among professionally registered engineers and technicians.
The final report, which will be of great interest and value to the profession, will be published in October. Carried out every two to three years, the survey allows trends to be monitored across all disciplines of engineering, in areas such as engineers’ and technicians’ education, training and rewards.
Participant names are being randomly selected from the Engineering Council’s register and those who are picked will be contacted either by post or email during late May/June. Registrants invited to participate are urged to co-operate in this important exercise.
Previous reports can be found on the Engineering Council’s website, under ‘research’ here