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2018 Salary Survey for Mechanical Engineers

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Survey Results: 2018 Salary Survey for Mechanical Engineers


Question:

Do you attend meetings and events of your PSME Chapters?

  • A. No. I don't belong to any PSME Chapter (80 out of 755)
  • B. Yes, I regularly attend and very active in my chapter (115 out of 755)
  • C. Frequently attend (90 out of 755)
  • D. I sometimes attend (163 out of 755)
  • E. I rarely attend (135 out of 755)
  • F. No, I don't attend. (172 out of 755)

Question:

Are you self-employed?

  • A. YES (50 out of 755)
  • B. NO (705 out of 755)

Question:

What is your monthly salary?

  • A. PhP 15,000 and below (62 out of 755)
  • B. PhP 15,001 - 20,000 (155 out of 755)
  • C. PhP 20,0001 - 25,000 (111 out of 755)
  • D. PhP 25,001 - 30,000 (79 out of 755)
  • E. PhP 30,001 - 40,000 (77 out of 755)
  • F. PhP 40,001 - 50,000 (58 out of 755)
  • G. PhP 50,000 - P70,000 (56 out of 755)
  • H. PhP 70,001 - 100,000 (53 out of 755)
  • I. PhP 100,001 - P200,000 (73 out of 755)
  • J. P200,001 and above (31 out of 755)

Question:

Where do you work?

  • A. Luzon (277 out of 755)
  • B. NCR (254 out of 755)
  • C. Visayas (71 out of 755)
  • D. Mindanao (49 out of 755)
  • E. Middle East (81 out of 755)
  • F. Asia (except Philippines) (15 out of 755)
  • G. Europe (4 out of 755)
  • H. Africa (3 out of 755)
  • I. Northern America (1 out of 755)

Question:

What is your current age?

  • A. 22 and below (34 out of 755)
  • B. 23 to 25 (167 out of 755)
  • C. 25 to 30 (218 out of 755)
  • D. 31 to 35 (97 out of 755)
  • E. 36 to 40 (63 out of 755)
  • F. 41 to 45 (58 out of 755)
  • G. 46 to 50 (39 out of 755)
  • H. 51 to 55 (38 out of 755)
  • I. 56 to 65 (39 out of 755)
  • J. 66 and above (2 out of 755)

Question:

What is your Sex?
  • A. Male (707 out of 755)
  • B. Female (48 out of 755)

Question:

What is your License Type?

  • A. No License (10 out of 755)
  • B. RME (673 out of 755)
  • C. PME (72 out of 755)

Question:

What is your highest educational attainment?

  • A. BSME (712 out of 755)
  • B. Masters Degree (39 out of 755)
  • C. PhD (4 out of 755)

Question:

In what industry are you working?

 

  • A. Petrochemical, Power and Energy (105 out of 755)
  • B. Transportation (20 out of 755)
  • C. Industrial and Commercial Goods Manufacturing (Except food and beverages) (130 out of 755)
  • D. Construction (including HVAC/Re, Fire Protection) (190 out of 755)
  • E. Environmental (Water & Waste Water Treatment, Pollution Control) (37 out of 755)
  • F. Mining (Metals, Cement, etc) (19 out of 755)
  • G. Consultancy (27 out of 755)
  • H. Service Industry (Repair Services, Engineering Services, Operations & Maintenance, Inspection, NDT) (169 out of 755)
  • I. Education (15 out of 755)
  • J. Food & Beverage (43 out of 755)

Question:

In what Department/Division are you working in your company?

  • A. Management (75 out of 755)
  • B. Operations/Manufacturing (116 out of 755)
  • C. Engineering/Maintenance (365 out of 755)
  • D. Research and Development (28 out of 755)
  • E. Field Service (34 out of 755)
  • F. Purchasing (6 out of 755)
  • G. Project Management (96 out of 755)
  • H. Human Resources/Training (6 out of 755)
  • I. Safety (11 out of 755)
  • J. Marketing/Sales (18 out of 755)

Question:

How would you grade PSME's role in your career advancement

1 is lowest - No Impact. No contribution.
3 is average
5 is highest - Very Important in my career's success. Biggest influence in my career advancement

  • A. 1 (184 out of 755)
  • B. 2 (89 out of 755)
  • C. 3 (268 out of 755)
  • D. 4 (95 out of 755)
  • E. 5 (119 out of 755)

Question:

Do you agree that RA 8495 (The Mechanical Engineering Law) is implemented and followed properly?
  • A. Strongly Agree (146 out of 755)
  • B. Somewhat Agree (180 out of 755)
  • C. Neutral (244 out of 755)
  • D. Somewhat Disagree (118 out of 755)
  • E. Strongly Disagree (67 out of 755)

Question:

How many cars/vehicles do you own?
  • A. None (448 out of 755)
  • B. 1 (212 out of 755)
  • C. 2 (67 out of 755)
  • D. 3 or more (28 out of 755)

Question:

Do you own a house?
  • A. Yes (260 out of 755)
  • B. No (495 out of 755)

Question:

If you are able to turn back the hands of time, what course will you choose?
  • A. same, Mechanical Engineering (511 out of 755)
  • B. Electrical Engineering (22 out of 755)
  • C. Chemical Engineering (16 out of 755)
  • D. Civil Engineering (50 out of 755)
  • E. Electronics Engineering (12 out of 755)
  • F. Mining Engineering (13 out of 755)
  • G. Industrial Engineering (3 out of 755)
  • H. Computer Science Degrees (20 out of 755)
  • I. Architecture Degrees (13 out of 755)
  • J. Others (Lawyer, Doctor, etc.) - not technical degrees (95 out of 755)

Question:

How many are Mechanical Engineers in your company? Give your best estimate.

Question:

PSME is planning on creating Technical Divisions that are pattern after the ASME Technical Divisions. Please choose maximum of three (3) technical division where you want to be a member.
  • A. Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Piping Technical Division (197 out of 755)
  • B. Plant Engineering & Maintenance Technical Division (366 out of 755)
  • C. Power & Energy Technical Division (285 out of 755)
  • D. Fire Protection Technical Division (234 out of 755)
  • E. HVAC/Re Technical Division (322 out of 755)
  • F. Manufacturing Engineering Technical Division (149 out of 755)
  • G. Transportation Technical Division (59 out of 755)
  • H. Environmental Engineering Technical Division (includes water and waste water treament and pollution control) (191 out of 755)
  • I. Mechanical Engineering Education Technical Division (126 out of 755)
  • J. Safety Engineering & Health Technical Division (169 out of 755)

Question:

In what way can PSME help you most in your career advancement?