While many Americans last year received a tiny allowance to the salary, some workers received bonuses lucky triple or more the amount of the national average.
Even now, when the labor market is improving - unemployment now stands at only 5% of the country compared to 10% in October 2009 - the workers do not receive large bonuses. Over the past few years, the average salary increase hovered at around 3%, and this year, great changes are not expected: "Workers in the United States can rely on the average increase in base salary to 3.1% in 2016, only marginally, if at all surcharges wage anticipated this year, "- say representatives of human resource management of the Company.
According to a report published this week by the Randstad, are some professions in which the allowance to the salary was high enough. The report examines wages and other data from approximately 565,000 organizations, to examine the economic research institute.
We offer a list of 10-D professions in which there were the most significant salary increments (figures are rounded):
1. Electrical engineer: 9.3%
2. Electronics / Computer Engineer: 8.3%
3. The assistant manager of the plant in the production / logistics 8%
4. Mechanical engineer: 7.4%
5. Quality Engineer: 7.4%
6. The system administrator is 7.2%
7. Office Manager: 6.7%
8. Maintenance Manager in production / logistics: 6.7%
9. Software engineer: 5.5%
10. Call center operator: 4.6%
Electrical Engineering, which is tested and maintained operation of robots and other automated equipment, are paid a premium of 9% th, which is the highest figure among the thousands of blue-collar occupations. This may be due, in particular, the fact that the manufacturing sector is becoming more and more automated - in 2015 orders and deliveries of robotic technology in North America jumped by 14% and reached new highs, which consequently increases the demand for workers who have the skills and management technical equipment.
Many other specialties in the list of top 10 belong to the engineering profession. This may be due to the fact that some of the engineering specialty in high demand, such as the system administrator (due to increased attention to security) and Software Engineer (since created more and more mobile applications), and often do not have enough graduates with these professions. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the number of jobs for electricians will increase by 1% from 2014 to 2024.