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Survey News.Blog2016 Planning Packet (2017 Projections) – Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming

2017 Pay projections are now available. This survey includes information on pay and pay structure projections for the upcoming year. This information is displayed by Industry Type, Geographic Location, and Employment Size. This survey also reports the projected pay and salary range increases with and without 0-percent increases.chart-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New to the survey this year is a Business Trends section. We asked employers their outlook for the economy and sales revenue growth. For the economy, respondents reported whether they felt the 2017 economy would be better, the same, or worse than the 2016 economy. For sales revenue growth, respondents selected whether they felt 2017 versus 2016 would be a significant increase, slight increase, flat (no increase), slight decrease, or significant decrease. Variance was minimal between the four states. chart-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Financial Industry Compensation Survey

This annual salary survey reports data for 109 positions in 39 financial institutions throughout Colorado and Wyoming. Data for surveyed jobs are displayed by geographic location and Bank/Credit Union. Participants with multiple locations reported institutions within the same geographic area under one questionnaire. The General Information Section includes percentage increases in pay and pay structures for 2015 and 2016 and projections for 2017 for officers, non-officer management, and nonexempt employees

2016 Construction Industry Compensation Survey

MSEC again partnered with the Colorado Contractors Association (CCA) to invite its members along with ours to participate in the 2016 Construction Industry Compensation Survey. This year’s survey saw 28 organizations reporting data for a total of 102 benchmark jobs.

Data are displayed by Employment Size. Participants reported exemption status, 2015 bonus/incentive pay for salaried positions, and union status for hourly positions. This survey also includes data on benefits offered to exempt versus nonexempt, and company vehicle policy per position.