Section 1: Survey Background
How earnings data is collected
How to use these statistics
Section 2: Architects’ Employment
Field of employment - architects
Number of architects in the profession
Employment status and gender
Employment by age
Section 3: Architects’ Earnings
Earnings in 2016
Changes in earnings 2015-16
Long-term trends in earnings
Regional variations in earnings
Earnings and age
Earnings and gender
Section 4: Earnings in Private Practice
Earnings by size of practice
Earnings in private practice
Section 5: Fringe Benefits
Trends in the receipt of benefits
Fringe benefits received
Section 6: Part-time Earnings
Section 7: Working hours and Holidays
The 2016/17 edition of Architects Earnings examines, in depth, the earnings, fringe benefits and total remuneration packages being received by architects throughout the industry. More than 1500 chartered architects working in private practice, industry and local/national government participated in this survey - run in association with the RIBA and the RIAS.
Earnings data is analysed by:
· employment field/sector
· region of the UK
· size of practice
and as well as showing the range of earnings, there is information about:
· part-time earnings
· prevalence and value of a range of fringe benefits
· holiday entitlement
· contracted hours
We've been running this survey for the RIBA for the last 25 years and you'll see a host of back data in this report giving the report context as well as currency.
The 2016/17 edition comprises 47 charts and 28 tables.
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