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CW 2017 Salary Survey now closed, results imminent

The results of the <i>Construction Week</i> 2017 Salary Survey, which attracted a record number of responses, will be published on Saturday, 2 December

The &lt;i&gt;CW&lt;/i&gt; 2017 Salary Survey is now closed; results will be published on Saturday, 3 December.
The <i>CW</i> 2017 Salary Survey is now closed; results will be published on Saturday, 3 December.

The Construction Week 2017 Salary Survey is now closed.

The results of this year’s survey, which attracted a record number of responses, will be published on Saturday, 2 December, 2017 in issue 679 of Construction Week.

The responses will be used as the basis for an analysis piece, which will offer insights into a selection of salary-related topics, including how much construction professionals from different segments are being paid in the GCC.

READ: CW Salary Survey 2016: The results are in

The CW 2017 Salary Survey will also shed light on average working hours in the region, and the prevalence of salary delays within the construction community.

All information provided as part of the CW 2017 Salary Survey will remain strictly anonymous, and will not be shared with any third party.

The Construction Week team would like to thank everybody who took the time to participate in this year’s survey.

To find out the results, and to compare your wages and working hours with those of your peers, check out issue 679 of Construction Week.

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