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CW Salary Survey 2016: Are your wages fair?

The Construction Week Salary Survey 2016 is now open, so complete this short questionnaire and find out whether you’re being paid the going rate

The The <i>Construction Week</i> Salary Survey 2016 will allow Middle East construction professionals to compare their wages, share their expectations, and report any salary disruptions.
The The <i>Construction Week</i> Salary Survey 2016 will allow Middle East construction professionals to compare their wages, share their expectations, and report any salary disruptions.

The Construction Week Salary Survey 2016 is now online.

Every year, Construction Week surveys the Middle East’s construction community to find out how their salaries compare.

The information provided is then collated and analysed by the CW team to form the basis of a special report, which will be published in December.

The results of the CW Salary Survey will provide a valuable barometer for the Middle East’s construction community, allowing participants to find out whether they’re being paid the going rate.

The survey will also gauge the wage-related expectations of regional construction professionals, and find out whether respondents are experience salary delays.

All information provided as part of the CW Salary Survey 2016 will remain strictly anonymous, and will not be shared with any third party.

To find out whether you’re being paid what you deserve, simply complete this brief questionnaire.

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