The average engineer’s salary and job performance

Salary in engineering has been falling for several years now, and in many cases it is falling at an alarming rate.

The average annual salary of an engineer dropped by nearly $15,000 in 2015, according to a survey conducted by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) last year.

In 2018, the median pay for engineers fell by almost $10,000.

There is some good news though, according the IMS, as the median annual salary for those with at least a bachelor’s degree rose by $1,000 last year and for those in the upper-income bracket the median was up by $2,000, the institute reported.

The data comes as aerospace engineers have had their salaries stagnate or even fall over the past decade.

But the outlook is less rosy in other sectors, with the average salary of a scientist and medical technologist dropping by $9,000 and $9.50 respectively last year, according IMS.

That is a big drop, particularly as many people who enter the field with an undergraduate degree have the option of going on to a PhD program and finding a way to work full-time while pursuing a research career.

According to the survey, scientists earn about $48,000 a year, and medical techs earn $55,000 annually.

But those salaries are much lower than the average annual wage for engineers, and the median for those fields is $82,000 per year.

The Institute for Science and Society’s annual survey also found that in 2017, the average engineer had an average annual pay of $65,000—but this year it dropped to $64,000 by 2018.

In addition, the percentage of engineers earning $75,000 or more per year has been declining.

Engineers earning over $75K a year in 2018 made up only 17.9% of engineers, while in 2017 that figure was 22.3%.

But the Institute of Science and Technology’s 2018 survey found that more than 75% of those engineers were earning over the $80K to $100K per year range.

And this is a major shift for engineering.

Engineers have traditionally been well paid, with average salaries for those types of jobs averaging around $95,000 across industries.

The median salary for engineers in 2017 was just $85,000 but it rose to $91,000 after inflation.

That was an increase of over $10K per annum for engineers and $20K for non-engineering jobs, according a 2017 IMS report.

Engineers also make up the majority of employees in government, which accounts for almost two-thirds of the overall workforce, but the ILS also reported that in 2019, nearly half of all federal government employees had at least one non-engineer employee.

But these changes in pay aren’t likely to continue, as many employers are trying to cut back on hiring for engineers.

Engineers are also more likely to work in more complex industries and often have to compete with other scientists for limited positions, according Paul Roper, an analyst with the IES Group.

In the past few years, he said, companies have been looking for ways to reduce the cost of their work, which can often lead to less flexible work schedules and fewer hours.

“These changes in wages and the changes in the workforce are causing companies to look for ways of reducing the overall cost of doing business,” he said.

“But it is going to take some time for the changes to be permanent.”

The survey also showed that the percentage working part-time has fallen from 17.3% in 2014 to 16.6% in 2019.

And a large number of people in engineering are still in their 20s or 30s, which is a trend that is expected to continue as the workforce ages.

And there are other challenges for engineers who are still looking for a permanent job.

Many are taking on additional debt to keep up with their professional development, Roper said.

That can be especially expensive in areas such as engineering where you are expected to be able to keep your job even if you don’t complete a project.