WorkBoat 2011 Compensation Survey

The 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. Click through to get a visual summary of the findings. Download the entire report for $195   

The workboat industry is, you won’t be surprised, predominantly male.   

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