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This year’s Building/Hays Construction pay guide reveals a disturbing trend of pay rises for those at the top of the tree, but salary cuts and recruitment freezes for those at the bottom. See how your salary compares to the rest of the industry using our interactive data player for engineers, surveyors and architects. Choose your job sector from the tabs above or the buttons to the right.

Read analysis from Emily Wright of this year's data,
and click on the graphs below for visualisations
of this year's major trends.

2011 salary guide analysis

international salary survey map

Hays international salary survey 2014

As memories of the dark days of recession in the UK fade, working abroad may no longer be a necessity, but is often still an attractive option.Jim Dunton looks at Hays’ International Salary Survey 2014 for regions that are on the up

Salary guide graphs

2011 QS salaries by region

Best place to be a QS

What you can expect to earn as an associate QS across the UK

Construction consultant salary changes

Top five salary rises and falls

Five positions with the largest increase in average salary in the last 12 months, and the five worse

Quantity Surveyor £51,327
Partner/Director

Building Surveyor £50,782
Partner/Director

Architect £46,864
Partner/Director

Bridge Engineer £45,536
Associate

Quantity Surveyor £44,227
Associate

Traffic / Highways Engineer £42,864
Associate

Geotechnical Engineer £41,818
Principal Engineer

Structural Engineer £41,500
Associate

Building Surveyor £39,473
Associate

Quantity Surveyor £39,355
Claims Surveyor

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