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Each year, SPE surveys its professional members to benchmark global compensation trends in the industry. The 2016 SPE Membership Salary Survey Data File is a sample of self-reported information from petroleum industry professionals worldwide. This year's participants are based in 83 countries and 38 US states. Their employers are based in 80 countries.
Invitations to participate in the annual SPE Membership Salary Survey were sent to 84,599 professional members via email. By the close of the survey on 13 August 2016, 4,763 members responded, of whom 3,015 provided valid region and compensation data, resulting in a 5.6% response rate. This sample of completed responses produces a margin of error of ±1.38% at a 95% confidence level. Salary information and other data in the reports are entirely self-reported, as we rely on members to provide information to help us better understand the condition of the industry. It is not a definitive source of data for making compensation decisions, but it can be a useful reference where sufficient data exists.
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