The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

 

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A Brand New Member Benefit:
ASME Salary Services!

How do you know what you’re worth?

Whether you’re negotiating your salary or planning for a raise, knowing your professional value can help you make sure you’re fairly compensated for the work you do.

That’s why ASME is introducing a new, exclusive member benefit: ASME Salary Services! This annual survey compiles comprehensive data from thousands of engineering professionals to create salary calculators tailored to your personal information.

The calculators are live now!

ASME Salary Services offer two different kind of calculators:

  • The Regression Salary Calculator uses regression analysis, allowing the user to calculate individual compensation results for thousands of possible employment situations. The regression model makes compensation adjustments based on the criteria you select.
  • The Searchable Survey Data Tool allows you to create customized aggregations of the survey results. This tool is based on the survey data (and sample sizes) and thus is better suited for less specific situations.

ASME Student Members in good standing receive free unlimited salary calculator runs.Your Student Discount Code can be found online by proceeding to the "Student Member Benefits" link on your member's only page.

ASME Members get 5 free salary calculator runs for being an active ASME Member. Try out these great salary calculator tools today.

Non Members get 2 free calculator runs to try out these great salary calculator tools.

Products and Tools Offered

Member Rate

Non-Member

ASME 2017 Salary Services Bundle

$399

$699

The Bundle offers 1 year of unlimited access to both salary calculators as well as the full Salary & Benefits Report in eBook format, valid for 1 year from date of purchase.

Member Rate

Non-Member

ASME 2017 Limited Calculator Usage

$99

$299

20 calculator runs, either on the Regression Salary Calculator and/or on the Searchable Data Tool, in any combination, valid for 1 year from date of purchase.

In the engineering industry, details matter - and the same is true of planning your career, calculating your worth, and negotiating your salary.

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