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Labor markets continue to tighten up in Alberta, with an ever growing demand for Engineering and Geoscientist professionals.  These current trends are reshaping how organizations recruit, retain, and ultimately reward talent within these professions. 

APEGA conducts an annual salary survey, which is sent out in May to Permit Holder HR departments to complete.  The results are summarized by September in The Value of Professional Services publications, which appear below, with highlights in the September PEG magazine.

Any questions, inquiries, or feedback can be directed to Jessica Vandenberghe (Director of Outreach and Product Services) at jvandenberghe@apega.ca or by phone at 1-800-661-7020 extension 2819.

  • To participate in this year’s survey and view the survey package, please CLICK HERE.

  • For more information on fees and contracts, please CLICK HERE

  • For more information on finding consultants, please CLICK HERE

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VALUE OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

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Correction: On Page 55, the Alberta CPI should read 1.3%, as per the Statistics Canada, “Consumer Price Index by province, and for Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Iqaluit – Not seasonally adjusted”, publication.  As such APEGA predicts the salary increase to be 3.3% (based on the 1.3% Alberta CPI and the 2.0% Alberta demand factor).

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SALARY SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS

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OTHER ASSOCIATION COMPENSATION SURVEYS

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APEGS SALARY SURVEY

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APEGS SUMMARY RESULTS

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ENGINEERS NEW BRUNSWICK SURVEY

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ENGINEERS P.E.I. SALARY SURVEY

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PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND GEOSCIENTISTS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

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PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS OF ONTARIO

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ALBERTA GOVERNMENT COST COMPARISON

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Wage and Salaries in Alberta

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May 2007 Labour Market Assessment for 2007 to 2016

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October 2005 Comparison between compensation levels for Alberta or Ontario based engineers

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