Information for the survey was gathered during August, September, and October 2018 and included 1,408 responses. Salary and raise information is reported as the median amount. The median indicates a middle point of data. Half who responded earned less than the median, while half earned more. Numbers that are extremely high or low do not distort it. Some charts may not add to 100 percent because of rounding.
Budgets, Staffing: Looking Ahead, Looking Back
For 2019, far more respondents to the FM Pulse survey project increases in FM staffing and capital and operating budgets than project decreases. A comparison of current-year results with projections from last year’s survey shows that FMs were pretty much on target with forecasts. The exception: more staff cuts than expected.
Is It Time For A Facilities Management Staff Check-Up?
How To Diagnose Facilities Management Staffing Issues
Elements of a Healthy Facilities Management Department
FM Staff: Desperate Times May Call For Desperate Measures
2018 Facilities Management Salary Survey and FM Pulse