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Saturday, October 22, 2022

Inflation-Adjusted Income for U.S. Engineers Drops

Engineers Income. 

Inflation-Adjusted Income for U.S. Engineers Drops

IEEE Spectrum

Tekla S. Perry, September 16, 2022

The IEEE-USA 2022 Salary & Benefits Survey of 3,057 technology professionals found that while the median income of U.S. engineers who were IEEE members appeared to rise in 2021 by more than $5,000, it actually fell last year by nearly $3,500 when adjusted for inflation. Female engineers' salaries declined even more than that of their male counterparts, with the gender gap widening by $5,900 to $33,900 when not adjusted for inflation. The survey found the percentage of female engineers in the workforce remained flat in 2021, at under 10%. The survey also said the salary gap between White and African American engineers shrank by $11,000 to $13,000 in 2021, while that between White and Hispanic engineers narrowed by nearly $6,000 to $12,278. ... ' 

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