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FMA Survey Reports on Shop Wages and Benefits
Posted by Alison Trost on September 29, 2010 at 10:06 AM.

The Fabricators & Manufacturers Association International’s 2010 Salary/Wage & Benefit Survey provides data for both salaried and hourly shop floor employees in a single-survey tool, and is available for electronic download at the FMA Store (www.fmastore.org). The cost is $150 for FMA and TPA members and $350 for non-members.

 

The survey details employment practices, benefit packages, salaries, and wages for 132 participating companies. It reports annual base compensation information for 6,717 employees in 61 applicable industry positions, and includes the mean, median, minimum and maximum ranges for each wage/salary.

 

Wages are reported by company size, region, area population and sales volume, while employment practices and benefit details are reported by company size.


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