IPC’s Wage Rate and Salary Survey for North American Electronics Assembly Companies


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IPC's biennial wage rate and salary survey for the North American electronics assembly industry is open with a response deadline of January 28. The confidential survey covers compensation for hourly and salaried technical, manufacturing and sales positions at original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and contract electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies in North America. It also covers salary budget growth, planned increases for 2022, and employee benefits and policies.                       

Companies can use this study to assess their competitiveness in today’s labor market. The data will be segmented by company type, size and region, enabling companies to assess their competitive position as employers within their region and company-size tier. The study also enables companies to benchmark their compensation, benefits and policies against industry norms, and update their human resource management strategies. It is unique in its focus on the North American electronics assembly industry.

The survey is intended for HR professionals and executives who can provide data on a range of positions and policies. Survey participants will receive the report on the findings at no cost. The survey can be accessed here. IPC publishes only aggregate numbers and maintains strict confidentiality. The report will not identify participating companies.

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