State Salary Survey
The Office of Financial Management - State Human Resources (State HR) is required by law (RCW 41.06.160) to conduct a salary survey to determine the prevailing pay rates for jobs that are comparable to state jobs.
State leaders use tools such as the salary survey to help us find the appropriate balance between containing the cost of government operations, compensating state employees fairly, and competing in the job market for employees with the specialized skills and knowledge required to perform the work of state government.
The salary survey is one source of data and should be used in conjunction with other workforce factors when informing potential changes to employee pay, benefits or working conditions.
2016 State Salary Survey Results
- 2016 State Salary Survey Participant Report (Report prepared by Segal for Participants)
- 2016 State Salary Survey Report Crosswalk (Spreadsheet to find the benchmark for a specific job)
- 2016 State Salary Survey Presentation (PowerPoint Slide deck)
- 2016 State Salary Survey Executive Summary (Overview of survey results)
- 2016 State Salary Survey Methodologies Overview (Methodologies and definitions used for the survey)
- 2016 State Salary Survey Frequently Asked Questions
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