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The following resources will help NBAA Members participate in the 2015 Compensation Survey and help understand the results for the 2014 Compensation & Benchmark Survey. For addittional assistance, contact NBAA's Peter Korns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review answers to common questions about participating in NBAA’s Compensation Survey and accessing and interpreting results. Review the Compensation Survey FAQs.
NBAA’s Compensation Survey provides a valuable starting place for the compensation decision-making process. NBAA offers some basic guidance for using survey data in practice. Review salary administration guidance.
Job titles vary widely, so when determining which job category to use when entering or evaluating a particular employee, you should use these job descriptions to determine the most appropriate match. Review the employee job categories used in the Compensation Survey.
NBAA’s Compensation Survey includes results presented by FAA region. Each compensation submission is matched to the appropriate region based upon the individual employee’s ZIP code. Review the list of FAA regions.
NBAA’s Compensation Survey includes results presented for those employees located within major metropolitan areas and those located outside of major metropolitan areas. Review the list of major metropolitan areas.
View a sample copy of questions asked on the survey. This sample represents all sections and most questions that are asked of participants.
Information About the 2014 Compensation Survey Results
The 2014 Compensation Survey results were based upon on 664 aviation departments that responded to the survey.
The demographic characteristics of the 3,377 individuals covered are presented in four types of tables: base salary, total compensation, minimum salary range and maximum salary ranges.