Mark T. Hoske and Amanda Pelliccione
Mark T. Hoske, content manager, Control Engineering, CFE Media; Amanda Pelliccione, CFE Media research director.
Career, salary survey 2022: Engineering concerns
Leading concerns were workforce and supply chain shortages from respondents to the 2022 Control Engineering Career and Salary Survey research.
Control Engineering Career and Salary Survey, 2022
Solve the workforce challenge: Automate, innovate, hire and retain great workers. Lack of skilled workers, materials and the economy are biggest threats to manufacturing. Lack of available skilled workers jumped from 37% in 2021 to 57% in 2022.
Career, salary survey 2022: Engineering advice
Education and attitude were leading advice categories from respondents to the 2022 Control Engineering Career and Salary Survey research.
Seven reasons to take the 2020 Control Engineering salary and career survey
Help benchmark progress on critical industrial topics: Control Engineering asks those involved with automation, controls and/or instrumentation to participate in its salary and career survey. Results will be covered in the May 2020 print/digital edition and online.
Control Engineering Career and Salary Survey, 2019
Engineers are getting paid more, although fewer expect to get increases in 2019; top factors for determining job satisfaction are feeling of accomplishment, technical challenge, and financial compensation.
Continue education, improve attitude, use engineering tips, communicate effectively
Career update: Top areas of advice offer by respondents to the 2019 Career and salary survey from Control Engineering, CFE Media and Technology, are education, attitude, engineering tips, and communications.