Salary & Benefits Comparison Report

• Ever wonder how your salary compares to your colleagues?
• Are you making the right amount of money based on your age and experience?
• Would you make more money if you lived in a different part of the country?
• How does the size of your company impact your salary?

Are you an employer who needs to know what other companies are paying throughout the industry?   

See what companies, of all different sizes, are paying their employees and how things like experience, education, and military experience impact the pay scale.

Now you can find out the answers to these questions and much more.

2011 WorkBoat Compensation Survey ReportThe editors of WorkBoat commissioned an extensive survey of more than 400 members of the commercial maritime industry to find out more about the pay structure, who makes up the industry and how wages differ throughout the country. The result is an exclusive 36-page report with charts, graphs and analysis providing an in-depth look at compensation throughout the industry. Click here to view the Compensation Survey Executive Summary

Purchase the 2011 WorkBoat Compensation Survey Report today for $195 to see how your salary compares.  

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Get a sneak peek of the results:  

Visual Tour of Results  

WorkBoat has designed a series of easy-to-understand graphics to provide readers a visual summary of the results.  

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