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1 New Scientist/SRG Salary Survey 2013

2 Contents + Background + Objectives + Methodology + Executive Summary + Respondent Profile + Main Findings + Summary of Findings + Appendix

3 Background & objectives + SRG, an Impellam Group company, is a resourcing company dedicated to the science, clinical and engineering sectors. SRG have sponsored the New Scientist Salary Survey in previous years in order to promote the brand, most recently in There was a requirement to do so again in The results of the salary survey is fed into the Careers Guide, published around the turn of the year. + In terms of objectives, research was required among scientists to raise the profile of SRG and provide editorial content for the Careers Guide. Research Objectives More specifically research was required to + Quantify the salaries & bonuses received by scientists + Measure any changes year on year + Measure the benefits received by scientists as part of their remuneration package

4 How was the research conducted? + In order to provide a robust sample for the study, research took the form of a quantitative online survey conducted amongst over 5,400 scientists. + Results are shown on those answering each question. + A New Scientist / Jobs / SRG branded was sent to a sample drawn from the New Scientist general & jobs database inviting potential respondents to take part in the online questionnaire. An overlay went on the New Scientist jobs page & on the careers pages of New Scientist. It was also promoted via the New Scientist team on Twitter and in newsletters. + Scientists in North America and Europe have been included in the analysis. + Fieldwork, data processing and analysis took place in September & October 2013.

5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

6 Executive Summary - UK + The average salary is 32,960 down from 35,900 in On average those working in University / Education & Industry earn above average. + The average pay rise received is 1.83%, up on 2012 when it was 1.6%. + 46% were eligible to receive an annual bonus and the average received is 2, % rate their current employer as excellent overall.

7 Executive Summary - Europe + The average salary in Europe is 39,260 (down from 39,460 in 2012). + The region with the highest salary in Europe is in Germany ( 46,235). + The average last salary increase was +0.61%. + 42% were eligible for an annual bonus and the average received is 3, % of respondents have been made redundant in the last 12 months. Executive Summary - North America + The average salary in North America is $72,470 (down from $73,910 in 2012). + The region with the highest salary in North America is California ($83,230) + The average last salary increase was 1.8%. + 36% were eligible to receive an annual bonus and the average received is $5, % of respondents have been made redundant in the last 12 months.

8 RESPONDENT PROFILE

9 Screening questions Status Currently working as a scientist, engineer, in trials or science lecturer 75% 66% 74% 73% Base: All respondents (7,694) Region work in UK 67% 56% North America 18% 23% Europe (excluding UK) 15% 18% Currently working as a UK Europe N America Scientist 74% 59% 68% Engineer 13% 21% 14% Lecturer or academic 7% 14% 16% Across clinical trials 6% 6% 2% Base: All respondents (5,428) Base: All respondents (5,428) UK Currently working as a Perm Temp Contractor Scientist 72% 83% 71% Engineer 15% 3% 15% Lecturer or academic 7% 10% 4% Across clinical trials 6% 4% 9%

10 Respondent profile (UK) Gender Male 54% 56% 54% Female 46% 44% 46% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,599) Age Under 25 13% 25 to 34 42% 35 to 44 24% 45 to 54 14% 55 or over 7% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,623) Average: years years years years Size of company (no. of employees) % % % % % 1,000 1,499 4% 1, % Don t know 10% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,622) Region South East 19% Gtr. London 14% North West 13% Midlands 11% East Anglia 10% Scotland 9% South West 8% Yorkshire & Humberside 7% North East 4% Wales 3% Northern Ireland 1% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,619) Average: , , , ,003

11 Respondent profile (Europe) Gender Male 68% 68% Female 32% 32% Base: All respondents in Europe (817) Age Under 25 3% 25 to 34 40% 35 to 44 29% 45 to 54 17% 55 or over 9% Base: All respondents in Europe (823) Average: years years Size of company (no. of employees) % % % % % 1,000 1,499 6% 1, % Don t know 6% Base: All respondents in Europe (823) Countries (mentions 5%+) Germany 11% Ireland 9% Italy 9% Spain 8% France 8% Switzerland 6% The Netherlands 6% Portugal 5% Base: All respondents in Europe (732) Average:

12 Respondent profile (North America) Gender Male 61% 64% Female 39% 36% Base: All respondents in North America (967) Age Under 25 2% 25 to 34 26% 35 to 44 28% 45 to 54 23% 55 or over 21% Base: All respondents in North America (972) Average: years years Size of company (no. of employees) % % % % % 1,000 1,499 5% 1, % Don t know 10% Base: All respondents in North America (973) Region (mentions 4%+) California 12% New York 8% Ontario 7% Massachusetts 6% Maryland 5% Illinois 5% Pennsylvania 4% Texas 4% Base: All respondents in North America (883) Average: , ,158

13 Workforce numbers - UK Q. Over the last twelve months, has your organisation changed its workforce numbers in the following areas: Increased Remained the same Decreased Scientific 32% 32% 21% Engineering 16% 28% 12% Regulatory 16% 27% 8% Clinic operations 10% 25% 8% Medical 8% 25% 7% Base: All respondents in the UK (various)

14 Workforce numbers UK Permanent Staff Q. Over the last twelve months, has your organisation changed its workforce numbers in the following areas: Increased Remained the same Decreased Scientific 34% 31% 23% Engineering 18% 29% 14% Regulatory 17% 29% 9% Clinic operations 10% 25% 8% Medical 7% 26% 7% Base: All permanent staff in the UK (various)

15 Workforce numbers - UK Temporary Staff Q. Over the last twelve months, has your organisation changed its workforce numbers in the following areas: Increased Remained the same Decreased Scientific 26% 32% 17% Engineering 7% 23% 5% Regulatory 10% 20% 7% Clinic operations 9% 22% 5% Medical 9% 24% 4% Base: All temporary staff in the UK (various)

16 Workforce numbers UK Contractors Q. Over the last twelve months, has your organisation changed its workforce numbers in the following areas: Increased Remained the same Decreased Scientific 23% 34% 17% Engineering 13% 28% 10% Regulatory 13% 25% 6% Clinic operations 10% 24% 8% Medical 9% 26% 7% Base: All contractors in the UK (various)

17 Workforce numbers Europe Q. Over the last twelve months, has your organisation changed its workforce numbers in the following areas: Increased Remained the same Decreased Scientific 21% 41% 22% Engineering 18% 36% 16% Regulatory 14% 32% 10% Clinical operations 8% 30% 9% Medical 7% 31% 8% Base: All respondents in Europe (various)

18 Workforce numbers North America Q. Over the last twelve months, has your organisation changed its workforce numbers in the following areas: Increased Remained the same Decreased Scientific 21% 41% 22% Engineering 16% 35% 11% Regulatory 15% 32% 9% Clinical operations 11% 30% 8% Medical 9% 32% 8% Base: All respondents in North America (various)

19 Type of contract (UK) Current employment type Permanent 77% 78% 80% Temporary 14% 14% 10% Contractor 9% 8% 10% Current working hours Full-time 94% Part-time 6% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,609) Base: All respondents in the UK (3,629) Employment type consider in future (multi-tick) Permanent 98% 98% 96% Temporary 24% 24% 22% Contractor 29% 29% 34% Preferred working hours Full-time 85% Part-time 15% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,604) Base: All respondents in the UK (3,616)

20 Type of contract (Europe) Current employment type Permanent 59% 60% Temporary 26% 26% Contractor 15% 13% Current working hours Full-time 91% 92% Part-time 9% 8% Base: All respondents in Europe (821) Base: All respondents in Europe (824) Employment type consider in future (multi-tick) Permanent 93% 94% Temporary 27% 29% Contractor 31% 32% Preferred working hours Full-time 84% 83% Part-time 16% 17% Base: All respondents in Europe (818) Base: All respondents in Europe (817)

21 Type of contract (North America) Current employment type Permanent 69% 70% Temporary 19% 19% Contractor 12% 11% Current working hours Full-time 93% 93% Part-time 7% 7% Base: All respondents in North America (966) Base: All respondents in North America (975) Employment type consider in future (multi-tick) Permanent 96% 95% Temporary 21% 21% Contractor 30% 30% Preferred working hours Full-time 87% 84% Part-time 13% 16% Base: All respondents in North America (967) Base: All respondents in North America (973)

22 Highest qualification to date (UK) (mentions 5%+) Q. What is your highest qualification to date / the qualification you are studying for? Q. Is this qualification in a science subject? PhD 35% Other Masters Degree 5% Qualification in science subject BSc 30% Yes 96% No 4% Base: All respondents (3,606) MSc 21% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,621)

23 Highest qualification to date (mentions 5%+) Q. What is your highest qualification to date / the qualification you are studying for? Q. Is this qualification in a science subject? Europe North America PhD 61% Doctoral Degree 61% Other Masters Degree 5% Master's Degree 18% MSc 20% Qualification in science subject Qualification in science subject BSc 6% Yes 93% No 7% Bachelor's Degree 16% Yes 97% No 3% Base: All respondents in Europe (821) Base: All respondents in North America (973)

24 Specialism UK (mentions 6%+) Q. Which ONE of the following do you specialise in? Biological sciences 32% Chemistry 23% Medicine-related science 9% Engineering 9% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,621)

25 Specialism (mentions 10%+) Q. Which ONE of the following do you specialise in? Europe North America Biological sciences 25% Biological sciences 38% Chemistry 13% Engineering 12% Medicinerelated science 12% Medicine-related science 11% Chemistry 11% Computer / IT related 10% Base: All respondents in Europe (821) Base: All respondents in North America (975)

26 Sectors work in (UK) Q. Which of the following sectors do you work in? And in which of these sectors would you consider working in the future? Industry 47% (42% 2012) 82% University / Education 23% (30% 2012) 66% Medical 10% (6% 2012) 53% Government laboratory or agency 9% (11% 2012) 70% Contract research organisation 9% (7% 2012) 55% Currently working Independent charity or foundation 3% (3% 2012) 45% Would consider working Base: All respondents in the UK (3,629 & 3,613)

27 Sectors work in (Europe) Q. Which of the following sectors do you work in? And in which of these sectors would you consider working in the future? University / Education 38% (43% 2012) 63% Industry 31% (28% 2012) 62% Government laboratory or agency 12% (16% 2012) 50% Medical 8% (5% 2012) 29% Contract research organisation 7% (5% 2012) 44% Currently working Independent charity or foundation 3% (2% 2012) 25% Would consider working Base: All respondents in Europe (824 & 819)

28 Sectors work in (North America) Q. Which of the following sectors do you work in? And in which of these sectors would you consider working in the future? University / Education 47% (45% 2012) 72% Industry 31% (27% 2012) 73% Government laboratory or agency 10% (13% 2012) 64% Medical 7% (7% 2012) 42% Contract research organisation 4% (5% 2012) 43% Currently working Independent charity or foundation 2% (3% 2012) 40% Would consider working Base: All respondents in North America (975 & 974)

29 Top Sectors work in (UK) (mentions 10%+) Q. Which of the following sectors of industry do you work in? Which of the following best describes your role? And which of the following best describes your job level? Industry Perm Temp Contractor Pharmaceutical 24% 22% 39% 37% Engineering 11% 11% 5% 13% Biotechnology 11% 11% 13% 5% Base: All industry respondents in the UK (1,719) Job level (Industry) Research scientist 31% Executive / technician 27% Group leader / project manager 22% Base: All industry respondents in the UK (1,715) Medical Clinical research 9% Biochemist 8% Chemist 8% Microbiologist 8% Base: All medical/clinical respondents in the UK (346) Job level (Medical) Specialist 35% Associate 18% Manager 11% Base: All medical respondents in the UK (346) Job level (Academic) Postdoc 33% Research assistant 14% Academic technician 13% Lecturer 11% Job level (Government) Research scientist 42% Group leader/ project management 23% Technician 17% Base: All university / education respondents in the UK (844) Base: All government lab/agency respondents in the UK (309)

30 Top Sectors work in (Europe) (mentions 10%+) Q. Which of the following sectors of industry do you work in? Which of the following best describes your role? And which of the following best describes your job level? Industry Pharmaceutical 24% Engineering 20% Biotechnology 11% Base: All industry respondents in Europe (255) Job level (Industry) Manager / project manager 30% Executive / technician 24% Research scientist 22% Base: All industry respondents in Europe (255) Medical Clinical researcher 16% Geneticist 11% Base: All medical respondents in Europe (64) Job level (Medical) Specialist 33% Physician 19% Manager 17% Base: All medical respondents in Europe (64) Job level (Academic) Postdoc 32% Professor 17% Research assistant 16% Lecturer 11% Base: All university / education respondents in Europe (317) Job level (Government) Research scientist 61% Group leader/ project management 21% Base: All government lab/agency respondents in Europe (101)

31 Top Sectors work in (North America) (mentions 10%+) Q. Which of the following sectors of industry do you work in? Which of the following best describes your role? And which of the following best describes your job level? Industry Biotechnology 17% Engineering 16% Pharmaceutical 15% Manufacturing 14% Base: All industry respondents in North America (302) Job level (Industry) Research scientist 35% Executive / technician 23% Manager / project manager 17% Base: All industry respondents in North America (302) Medical Molecular biologist 17% Biologist 14% Clinical Researcher 13% Base: All medical respondents in North America (64) Job level (Medical) Specialist 22% Associate 20% Doctor 13% Base: All medical respondents in North America (64) Job level (Academic) Professor 30% Postdoc 29% Research assistant 11% Base: All university / education respondents in North America (454) Job level (Government) Research scientist 43% Group leader/ project management 28% Senior R & D manager / director 11% Base: All government lab/agency respondents in North America (94)

32 Made redundant in the past 12 months (UK) Q. Have you been made redundant in the past 12 months? Yes, 6% No, 94% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,594)

33 Made redundant in the past 12 months Europe Q. Have you been made redundant in the past 12 months? North America Yes, 10% Yes, 10% No, 90% No, 90% Base All Europe respondents (812) Base: All North America respondents (965)

34 Type of company prefer to work for (UK) Q. Which of the following do you prefer to work for? No preference 35% Large/ global organisations 25% Start-ups 3% Small/Medium sized organisations 37% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,575)

35 Type of company prefer to work for Q. Which of the following do you prefer to work for? No preference 33% Europe Large / global organisations 26% No preference 34% North America Large / global organisations 19% Start-ups 6% Small / medium Sized organisations 35% Start-ups 6% Small / medium sized organisations 42% Base All Europe respondents (805) Base: All North America respondents (962)

36 Number of years working in science - UK Q. Approximately how many years have you been working in science? 1 year or less 8% Over 1 year up to 3 years 18% Over 3 years up to 6 years Over 6 years up to 9 years Over 9 years up to 14 years Over 14 years up to 20 years 18% 12% 15% 12% Average 2013 = 10 years 2012 = 12 years 2008 = 13 years 2006 = 10 years Over 20 years 18% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,623)

37 Number of years working in science 1 year or less Europe Q. Approximately how many years have you been working in science? 6% Average 11 years 1 year or less North America 2% Average 14 years Over 1 year up to 3 years 10% Over 1 year up to 3 years 8% Over 3 years up to 6 years 18% Over 3 years up to 6 years 10% Over 6 years up to 9 years 14% Over 6 years up to 9 years 12% Over 9 years up to 14 years 22% Over 9 years up to 14 years 21% Over 14 years up to 20 years 12% Over 14 years up to 20 years 16% Over 20 years 19% Over 20 years 32% Base: All Europe respondents (822) Base: All North America respondents (974)

38 Number of years with current employer - UK Q. Approximately how many years have you been with your current employer? 1 year or less 25% Over 1 year up to 3 years 33% Over 3 years up to 6 years 18% Over 6 years up to 9 years 8% Over 9 years up to 14 years Over 14 years up to 20 years 5% 8% Average 2013 = 5 years 2012 = 7 years 2008 = 7 years 2006 = 5 years Over 20 years 4% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,587)

39 Number of years with current employer Q. Approximately how many years have you been with your current employer? Europe North America 1 year or less 21% 1 year or less 15% Over 1 year up to 3 years 25% Over 1 year up to 3 years 26% Over 3 years up to 6 years 22% Over 3 years up to 6 years 18% Over 6 years up to 9 years 10% Over 6 years up to 9 years 11% Over 9 years up to 14 years 9% Over 9 years up to 14 years 13% Over 14 years up to 20 years Over 20 years 8% 6% Average 2013 = 6 years 2012 = 7 years Over 14 years up to 20 years Over 20 years 7% 10% Average 2013 = 7 years 2012 = 7 years Base: All Europe respondents (814) Base: All North America respondents (972)

40 Estimated time expect to stay with current employer - UK Q. How many more years do you expect to stay with your current employer before moving jobs? Less than 6 months Over 6 months up to 1 year 17% 20% Over 1 year up to 3 years 33% Over 3 years up to 6 years 13% Over 6 years up to 9 years Over 9 years 3% 5% Never expect to leave / will stay until retirement 9% Average 2012 = 2 years 2008 = 3 years Base: All respondents in the UK (3,589)

41 Estimated time expect to stay with current employer Q. How many more years do you expect to stay with your current employer before moving jobs? Europe North America Less than 6 months 19% Less than 6 months 14% Over 6 months up to 1 year 19% Over 6 months up to 1 year 18% Over 1 year up to 3 years 29% Over 1 year up to 3 years 26% Over 3 years up to 6 years 11% Over 3 years up to 6 years 14% Over 6 years up to 9 years 4% Over 6 years up to 9 years 5% Over 9 years Never expect to leave / will stay until retirement 5% 13% Average 2 years Over 9 years Never expect to leave / will stay until retirement 8% 14% Average 3 years Base: All Europe respondents (807) Base: All North America respondents (961)

42 SALARY & REMUNERATION

43 Current salary (excluding benefits) - UK Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? (excluding all benefits such as bonus, car etc) NOTE: If you work part-time, please annualise your salary to give a pro-rata salary assuming a 35-hour week, 48 weeks per year Less than 15,000 15,000-19,999 20,000-29,999 30,000-39,999 40,000-49,999 50,000-59,999 60,000-69,999 70,000-79,999 80,000-99, ,000 or over 3% 4% 4% 5% 5% 2% 3% 2% 1% 2% 3% 1% 2% 1% 1% 8% 8% 8% 12% 11% 14% 13% 30% 28% 29% 27% 36% Average current salary , , , ,200 Contractors: 61% paid on an hourly rate (average 26) Base: all UK contractors 38% Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288)

44 Current salary (excluding benefits) - Europe Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? (excluding all benefits such as bonus, car etc) NOTE: If you work part-time, please annualise your salary to give a pro-rata salary assuming a 35-hour week, 48 weeks per year Less than 20,000 29% 28% 20,000-29,999 16% 19% 30,000-39,999 40,000-49,999 50,000-59,999 60,000-69,999 70,000-79,999 80,000-89,999 4% 5% 5% 4% 2% 3% 9% 11% 8% 9% 17% 15% Overall average current salary: , ,460 Switzerland: average current salary: 93,570 (base: 42 caution low base size) Overall average salary for Europe excluding Switzerland: 36,345 (base: 782) 90,000-99, , ,999 2% 1% 1% 2% UK Average Salary 32,960 = 39,000 (1 GBP = 1.18 EUR) 110, , ,000 or over 1% 1% 3% 2% Base: All Europe respondents (824)

45 Current salary (excluding benefits) North America Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? (excluding all benefits such as bonus, car etc) NOTE: If you work part-time, please annualise your salary to give a pro-rata salary assuming a 35-hour week, 48 weeks per year Less than $25,000 4% 3% $25,000 - $39,999 13% 13% $40,000 - $49,999 18% 16% $50,000 - $59,999 $60,000 - $69,999 $70,000 - $79,999 11% 10% 10% 12% 8% 9% Overall average current salary: 2013 US$72, US$73,910 $80,000 - $89,999 $90,000 - $99,999 7% 8% 7% 5% UK Average Salary 35,900 = $52,965 (1 GBP = 1.61 USD) $100,000 - $109,999 6% 5% $110,000 - $119,999 3% 4% $120,000 - $129,999 $130,000 or over 3% 4% 1% 10% Base: All North America respondents (975)

46 Average current salary - by UK region Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? (excluding all benefits such as bonus, car etc) NOTE: If you work part-time, please annualise your salary to give a pro-rata salary assuming a 35-hour week, 48 weeks per year Average overall salary increase +1.66% ( %) North East = 35,540 Scotland = 33,175 Yorkshire & Humberside = 30,370 North West = 29,525 Midlands = 29,430 N Ireland*= 31,620 East Anglia = 32,185 Wales = 29,165 Gtr. London = 37,045 Base: All North America respondents (975) South West = 34,190 South East = 35,500

47 Average current salary - by European & North American region (top 8) Average Salary ( 39,260) Average Salary (US$72,470) Switzerland* 93,570 California US$83,230 The Netherlands* 48,095 Pennsylvania US$76,485 Germany 46,235 Maryland US$76,370 Ireland 43,105 New York US$63,515 France 40,175 Texas US$76,180 Italy 35,680 Massachusetts US$75,885 Spain 32,290 Illinois* US$69,650 Portugal* 20,605 Ontario US$69,460 Base: All EU respondents (824) Base: All North America respondents (975) * = caution low base size. Care should be exercised in analysis

48 Average current salary - by sector - UK Q. In which of the following sectors do you work in? Average current salary: , , , ,200 University / Education Industry Independent charity or foundation 34,925 37,600 33,235 36,820 32,085 33,120 Male (191): 55,235 Female (63): 43,175 Male (38): 46,710 Female (23)*: 26,305 Male (13)*: 41,925 Female (11)*: 25,000 Average ( 32,960) Government laboratory or agency 31,910 32,710 Male (37)*: 39,460 Female (27)*: 26,480 Medical 30,610 34,710 Male (66): 37,880 Female (34)*: 25,145 Contract research organisation 30,300 29,030 Male (210): 32,355 Female (104): 31,780 Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288) * caution: low base size

49 Average current salary - by sector - UK Sector working in: INDUSTRY Average current salary: , , , ,200 Engineering Pharmaceutical Chemicals Biotechnology 39,545 34,290 34,065 32,545 Average ( 32,960) Manufacturing 32,025 Food / FMCG 29,850 Sector SPECIALISE in Computer / IT related 44,615 Engineering 39,400 Medicine related 37,735 Physics 37,280 Clinical research Process technologies 35,795 31,700 Average ( 32,960) Environment 30,720 Boilogical sciences Bio science Chemistry 30,005 30,000 29,310 Average current salary: Big pharma (1500+) 39,090 Small biotech (<200) 32,690 Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288)

50 Average current salary - by job level - UK Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Senior manager / director (industry) 68,575 Senior lecturer (university) Manager / project manager (industry) Group leader/project manager (gov) Lecturer (university) Postdoc (university) Research scientist (industry) Specialist (medical) Research scientist (gov) 46,985 40,905 39,320 34,700 32,365 31,995 31,485 30,095 Average ( 32,960) Research assistant (university) Executive / technician (industry) Academic technician (university) Associate (medical) Assistant (industry) 27,905 26,845 24,150 23,705 20,420 Average current salary , , , ,200 Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288)

51 Average current salary - by demographic - UK Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Male Female Under ,495 19,960 29,160 30,650 28,290 29,360 36,260 39,830 38,050 38,830 43,200 44,580 Average current salary , , , ,200 45,965 50,700 <3 years in science 3-6 years in science 7-9 years in science 10+ years in science 22,525 22,410 27,715 28,900 31,230 32,460 41,040 43, Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288) * caution: low base size

52 Average current salary - by demographic - UK Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? employees employees 30,215 32,480 31,590 35,060 Average current salary , , , , employees 37,045 39,130 Permanent 33,880 37,200 Temporary 27,815 28,550 Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288) * caution: low base size

53 Average current salary - UK Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Male Female < 3 yrs 23,295 21,985 3 ~ 6 yrs 29,465 26,265 7 ~ 9 yrs 32,340 30,215 Average current salary , , , , ~ 14 yrs 37,320 35, ~ 20 yrs 42,715 36,640 Over 20 yrs 47,970 38,485 Base: All respondents in the UK working as a permanent or temporary employee (3,288)

54 UK salary women vs men Men Women Men Full time Women Full time Overall 36,260 29,158 Permanent 37,411 29,572 Temporary 28,460 27,251 Small company 32,664 27,478 Medium company 35,508 27,739 Large company 40,252 32,510 Full time 36,396 28,992 36,396 28,992 37,451 29,276 28,876 27,627 32,730 27,236 35,588 27,932 40,296 32,026 Part time 30,946 30,648 PhD 41,995 34,658 MSc 33,668 27,545 BSc 31,352 25,358 University / Education 39,129 30,761 Medical/ Clinical 33,789 27,294 Government laboratory/ Agency 35,054 28,583 Industry 36,262 28,913 Independent charity or foundation 35,625 29,904 Contract research organisation 32,422 28,590 42,332 34,833 33,731 27,808 31,202 24,875 39,817 31,474 33,869 26,655 34,907 28,678 36,239 28,385 37,414 30,104 32,381 28,339 Base: All respondents (various)

55 Average current salary - by demographic - Europe Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Male Female 32,345 32,260 42,570 42,680 Average current salary 39, Under ,930 23,500 29,215 29,070 40,040 40,080 54,745 48,560 57, ,150 <3 years in science 3-6 years in science 7-9 years in science 10+ years in science 24,925 23,250 29,895 32,560 36,740 32,690 47,450 47,200 Base: All respondents in Europe (824) * caution: low base size

56 Average current salary - by demographic - Europe Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Industry 52,220 Contract research organisation Independent charity or foundation* Medical Government laboratory or agency University / Education 39,015 34,165 33,985 33,665 32,035 Average current salary 39, employees employees 34,840 34, employees 50,970 Permanent 45,755 Temporary 27,270 Base: All respondents in Europe (824) * caution: low base size

57 Average current salary - Europe Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Male Female < 3 yrs 26,630 22,000 3 ~ 6 yrs 32,355 26,355 7 ~ 9 yrs 39,500 32,445 Average current salary 39, ~ 14 yrs 42,125 32, ~ 20 yrs 52,755 48,890 Over 20 yrs 57,275 45,180 Base: All respondents in Europe (824)

58 Average current salary - by demographic North America Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Male Female $61,485 $60,130 $79,525 $82,120 Average current salary US$72,470 Under $39,440 $42,420 $52,045 $52,920 $68,120 $71,530 $84,680 $86,760 $94,145 $98,670 <3 years in science 3-6 years in science 7-9 years in science 10+ years in science $45,555 $44,890 $54,655 $53,370 $53,780 $61,250 $67,015 $85, Base: All respondents in North America (975) * caution: low base size

59 Average current salary - by demographic North America Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Industry Government laboratory or agency Independent charity or foundation* $73,080 $86,465 $85,385 Contract research organisation* Medical University / Education $71,525 $64,220 $61,740 Average current salary US$72, employees employees $67,650 $74, employees $78,910 Permanent $82,340 Temporary $43,985 Base: All respondents in North America (975) * caution: low base size

60 Average current salary North America Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Male Female < 3 yrs $47,980 $42,720 Average current salary US$72,470 3 ~ 6 yrs $58,220 $48,935 7 ~ 9 yrs $56,590 $50, ~ 14 yrs $73,055 $61, ~ 20 yrs $83,035 $68,400 Over 20 yrs $99,270 $81,870 Base: All respondents in North America (975)

61 Average current salary - by job level North America Q. In which of the following bands is your current salary? Senior R & D manager (gov & ind) $115,060 Group leader/project manager (gov & ind) $105,440 Professor (university) $91,060 Research scientist (gov & ind) $84,680 Average ($73,910) Lecturer (university) $53,300 Postdoc (university) Research assistant (university) $40,830 $40,460 Average current salary: US$73,910

62 Size of last/next annual pay review - UK Q. Thinking about your last pay review, what was the size of your salary increase or decrease, if any? Q. And, thinking about your NEXT pay review, what do you think the size of your salary increase or decrease will be, if any? % of respondents received a salary increase in their last pay review (Male 72%, Female 70%) 68% of respondents received a salary increase in their last pay review (Male 69%, Female 67%) The typical respondent received a salary net increase of +1.83% (Male +1.99%, Female +1.67%) The typical respondent received a salary net increase of +1.56% (Male +1.68%, Female +1.4%) 75% of respondents expect to receive a salary increase in their next pay review (Male 76%, Female 74%) 71% of respondents expect to receive a salary increase in their next pay review (Male 72%, Female 70%) The typical respondent expects to receive a net salary increase of +1.66% (Male +1.83%, Female +1.46%) The typical respondent expects to receive a net salary increase of +1.53% (Male +1.66%, Female +1.33%) Base: All respondents in the UK (various)

63 Size of last/next annual pay review Q. Thinking about your last pay review, what was the size of your salary increase or decrease, if any? Q. And, thinking about your NEXT pay review, what do you think the size of your salary increase or decrease will be, if any? Europe North America 47% of respondents received a salary increase in their last pay review ( %) 69% of respondents received a salary increase in their last pay review ( %) Image: Image Broker / Rex Features The typical respondent received a salary net increase of +0.61% ( %) Image: West End 61 / Rex Features The typical respondent received a salary net increase of +1.8% ( %) 54% of respondents expect to receive a salary increase in their next pay review ( %) 71% of respondents expect to receive a salary increase in their next pay review ( %) The typical respondent expects to receive a net salary increase of +1.86% ( %) The typical respondent expects to receive a net salary increase of 2.1% ( %) Base: All respondents in Europe (various) Base: All respondents in North America (various)

64 Average salary increase (in LAST review) - by region Q. Thinking about your last pay review, what was the size of your salary increase or decrease, if any? Average overall salary increase +1.83% ( %) North East = 2.02% Scotland = 1.97% North West = 1.57% Yorkshire & Humberside = 1.57% Midlands = 1.74% N Ireland*= 1.65% East Anglia = 1.84% Wales = 1.50% Gtr. London = 1.61% South West = 1.43% South East = 2.36% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,291) *caution: low base size

65 Average salary increase (in NEXT review) - by region Q. Thinking about your last pay review, what was the size of your salary increase or decrease, if any? Average overall salary increase +1.66% ( %) Scotland = 1.63% North West = 1.76% North East = 1.73% Yorkshire & Humberside = 1.87% Midlands = 1.52% N Ireland*= 2.02% East Anglia = 1.50% Wales = 1.31% Gtr. London = 1.26% South West = 1.79% South East = 1.95% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,291) *caution: low base size

66 Average salary change - by European & North American region LAST pay review Average change +0.61% Average Salary +1.77% Germany +1.40% California +1.93% Italy +1.37% Massachusetts +1.49% France +1.12% New York +1.46% Ireland +1.04% Ontario +1.33% Spain -1.87% Maryland* +0.91% NEXT pay review Average Salary +1.86% Average Salary +2.14% Germany +2.74% New York +2.75% France +2.13% Maryland* +2.29% Italy +2.00% California +2.33% Ireland +1.59% Massachusetts +2.14% Spain +1.14% Ontario +1.94% Base: All EU respondents (824) * caution: low base size Base: All North America respondents (975)

67 Value of last annual bonus (UK) Q. What, if any, was the value of your last annual bonus? None % 10% 14% 12% 46% were eligible for an annual bonus in 2013 (40% in 2012, 35% in 2008, 34% in 2006) 1,000-2,499 2,500-5,999 6,000-11,999 10% 9% 6% 6% 2% 3% Average bonus , , , ,100 12, % 1% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,284)

68 Bonus based on. Q. And is your bonus based on? Combined personal and company performance 62% 70% Company performance only 20% 26% Personal performance only 8% 11% Base: those who received a bonus in the UK (1,125)

69 Bonus (Europe) Q. And is your bonus based on? None % 11% Combined personal and company performance 50% 1,000-2,499 7% 2,500-5,999 7% Company performance only 23% 6,000-11,999 3% 12,000-15,999 1% Personal performance only 16% 16, % Average bonus 3,195 42% were eligible for an annual bonus ( %) Base: those in Europe (823) Base: those who received a bonus in Europe (256)

70 Bonus (North America) Q. And is your bonus based on? None $1 - $999 5% 11% Combined personal and company performance 60% $1,000 - $2,499 5% $2,500 - $5,999 6% Company performance only 21% $6,000 - $11,999 4% $12,000 - $15,999 $16, % 4% Personal performance only 13% 36% were eligible for an annual bonus ( %) Average bonus $5,550 Base: those in North America (967) Base: those who received a bonus in North America (242)

71 Average current salary & bonus - by Sector - UK Q. In which of the following sectors do you work in? Average current salary , , , ,200 Sector Last Salary Next Salary Salary Bonus Total Medical (319) 1.66% 1.55% 30,610 1,964 32,574 Industry (1553) 2.38% 2.14% 33,235 2,691 35,926 University / Education (745) 0.94% 0.98% 34, ,812 Contract research organisation (285) 2.21% 1.71% 30,300 1,222 31,522 Government laboratory or agency (302) 1.17% 0.93% 31,910 2,007 33,917

72 Average current salary & bonus - by Sector Q. In which of the following sectors do you work in? Average current salary: 39,260 Sector - EUROPE Last Salary Next Salary Salary Bonus Total Industry (257) 2.03% 3.04% 52,220 4,566 56,786 Government laboratory / agency (101) -0.13% -0.06% 33, ,917 University / Education (317) -0.49% 1.45% 32,035 1,742 33,777 Medical (64) 0.89% 1.73% 33,985 2,509 36,494 Contract Research (61) 1.90% 2.48% 39,015 1,975 40,990 Q. In which of the following sectors do you work in? Average current salary: US$72,470 Sector NORTH AMERICA Last Salary Next Salary Salary $ Bonus $ Total % Industry (302) 2.26% 2.48% $86,465 $7,555 $94,020 Government agency (94) 2.01% 2.20% $85,385 $4,163 $89,548 Contract Research (41) 1.88% 1.99% $71,525 $3,632 $75,157 Medical (64) 1.52% 2.07% $64,220 $5,167 $69,387 University / Education (455) 1.41% 1.92% $61,740 $2,064 $63,804

73 WORKING IN THE SCIENCE INDUSTRY

74 Benefits package includes. (UK) (mentions 5%+) Q. Which of the following benefits does your current salary & benefits package include? Contributory pension Ordinary maternity leave The ability to work from home occasionally Ordinary paternity leave 34% 31% 37% 28% 60% 60% Flexi - time Health plan Final salary pension scheme 21% 27% 27% 27% 25% 32% Paid overtime Performance - related bonus Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, etc) Share option scheme Paid maternity leave Season ticket loan Mobile phone / phone bill paid 13% 13% 10% 9% 8% 8% 9% 21% 16% 19% 18% 16% 17% 25% 89% of respondents have benefits included as part of their remuneration package Non-contributory pension 7% 7% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,609)

75 Benefits package includes. (UK) (mentions 5%+) Q. Which of the following benefits does your current salary & benefits package include? Male Female Contributory pension 60% 61% Ordinary maternity leave 17% 53% The ability to work from home occasionally 31% 32% Ordinary paternity leave 34% 20% Flexi - time 26% 28% Health plan 28% 26% Final salary pension scheme 22% 20% Paid overtime 21% 22% Performance - related bonus 21% 17% Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, etc) 15% 17% Share option scheme 15% 11% Paid maternity leave 4% 17% Season ticket loan 8% 10% Mobile phone / phone bill paid 12% 4% Non-contributory pension 7% 7% Paid paternity leave 6% 3% Car allowance 5% 3% Petrol allowance for private car 5% 3% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,609)

76 Benefits package includes. (Europe) (mentions 5%+) Q. Which of the following benefits does your current salary & benefits package include? The ability to work from home occasionally Health plan Contributory pension Flexi - time Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, etc) Ordinary maternity leave 25% 21% 22% 19% 21% 36% 33% 35% 35% 33% 37% Ordinary paternity leave Mobile phone / phone bill paid Performance - related bonus Final salary pension scheme Non-contributory pension Paid overtime Share option scheme 5% 5% 17% 16% 15% 13% 10% 12% 12% 9% 10% 9% 9% % of respondents have benefits included as part of their remuneration package Base: All respondents in Europe (815)

77 Benefits package includes. (North America) (mentions 10%+) Q. Which of the following benefits does your current salary & benefits package include? Health insurance plan Dental insurance plan Group Life insurance Short term disability Contributory pension Long term disability The ability to work from home occasionally Ordinary maternity leave Flexi - time Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, etc) 24% 21% 23% 18% 21% 51% 53% 48% 46% 42% 46% 41% 42% 34% 36% % 74% 83% 86% Ordinary paternity leave 15% Performance - related bonus 13% 14% Non-contributory pension 13% 13% Cell phone / phone bill paid 10% 10% Base: All respondents in North America (970)

78 Benefit would most like to receive (UK) (mentions 5%+) Q. And which ONE of the following benefits would you most like to receive in addition to your current salary package? Paid overtime 12% 13% Performance - related bonus 12% 12% Guaranteed bonus 9% 11% Final salary pension scheme 9% 9% 2013 Health plan 7% 8% 2012 Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, job sharing, reduced hours during holidays, etc) Flexi - time Subsidised mortgage 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 6% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,545)

79 Benefit would most like to receive (UK) (mentions 5%+) Q. And which ONE of the following benefits would you most like to receive in addition to your current salary package? Male Female Paid overtime 11% 15% Performance - related bonus 12% 13% Guaranteed bonus 9% 14% Final salary pension scheme 11% 6% Health plan 7% 7% Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks etc) 4% 7% Flexi - time 4% 7% Subsidised mortgage 5% 4% Company car 7% 3% Profit share 5% 2% Base: All respondents in the UK (3,545)

80 Benefit would most like to receive (Europe) (mentions 5%+) Q. And which ONE of the following benefits would you most like to receive in addition to your current salary package? Paid overtime Performance - related bonus 12% 14% 16% 15% Health plan 10% 9% Final salary pension scheme Guaranteed bonus Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, job sharing, reduced hours during holidays, etc) Company car 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 5% 6% 8% Base: All respondents in Europe (792)

81 Benefit would most like to receive (North America) (mentions 5%+) Q. And which ONE of the following benefits would you most like to receive in addition to your current salary package? Performance - related bonus 12% 19% Paid overtime 9% 11% Guaranteed bonus 10% Flexible working (i.e. compressed work weeks, job sharing, reduced hours during holidays, etc) 6% 7% Final salary pension scheme 5% 5% Base: All respondents in North America (862)

82 Culture of organisation Q. Considering the culture of your organisation, would you feel comfortable taking your full maternity or paternity entitlement? UK Europe North America Very comfortable 38% 15% 26% Fairly comfortable 31% 8% 26% Not very comfortable 12% 17% 17% Not at all comfortable 7% 30% 11% Don't know 12% 30% 20% Comfortable (any): 69% 23% 52% Base: all responding in the UK (3,616) Base: All responding in Europe (824) Base: All responding in North America (971)

83 Maternity & Paternity leave Q. If you have taken maternity or paternity leave, did you take your full entitlement or did you return to work early? UK Europe North America I have not been eligible to take maternity or paternity leave 75% 67% 76% I took my full paternity entitlement 10% 11% 7% I took my full maternity entitlement 5% 8% 5% I returned early from my maternity leave through choice 4% 7% 4% I returned early from my paternity leave through choice 3% 4% 4% Base: All UK (2,982) Base: All Europe (681) Base: All North America (850)

84 Maternity & Paternity leave - UK Q. If you have taken maternity or paternity leave, did you take your full entitlement or did you return to work early? I took my full paternity entitlement 41% I took my full maternity entitlement 22% I returned early from my maternity leave through choice 16% I returned early from my paternity leave through choice 11% Base: UK Those who were eligible to take maternity/ paternity leave (747)

85 Maternity & Paternity leave option to work part time Q. When you returned from maternity leave, did your employer give you the option to work part-time? UK Europe North America My employer did not offer me the option of working part-time 42% 54% 71% I was able to work part-time and decided to do so 41% 25% 17% I was able to work work part-time but chose not to do so 17% 21% 12% Base: Those UK who took maternity leave (351) Base: Those EU who took maternity leave (109) Base: Those NAM who took maternity leave (100)

86 Maternity & Paternity leave UK option to work part time Q. When you returned from maternity leave, did your employer give you the option to work part-time? I was able to work part-time and decided to do so 70% I was able to work work parttime but chose not to do so 30% Base: Those UK who took maternity leave and were offered part-time work (204)

87 Rating of employer (UK) Q. How would you rate your employer for each of the following factors? Excellent Good Fair Poor Dk / na Overall 4% 36% 45% 15% Working conditions 11% 44% 33% 11% Job security 10% 33% 32% 23% Benefits 5% 23% 36% 35% Salary 4% 26% 38% 31% Promotion prospects 2% 14% 30% 52% Base: All respondents (various)

88 Rating of employer (UK <200) Q. How would you rate your employer for each of the following factors? Excellent Good Fair Poor Dk / na Overall 4% 33% 43% 19% Working conditions 11% 41% 34% 14% Job security 10% 32% 34% 23% Benefits 3% 15% 35% 45% Salary 4% 25% 38% 33% Promotion prospects 3% 15% 28% 52% Base: All respondents (various)

89 Rating of employer (UK ) Q. How would you rate your employer for each of the following factors? Excellent Good Fair Poor Dk / na Overall 4% 32% 48% 16% Working conditions 10% 43% 36% 11% Job security 9% 34% 35% 20% Benefits 4% 23% 37% 34% Salary 4% 22% 39% 35% Promotion prospects 2% 11% 31% 53% Base: All respondents (various)

90 Rating of employer (UK 1500+) Q. How would you rate your employer for each of the following factors? Excellent Good Fair Poor Dk / na Overall 4% 41% 43% 12% Working conditions 13% 47% 32% 8% Job security 12% 36% 30% 22% Benefits 6% 30% 36% 26% Salary 5% 31% 38% 27% Promotion prospects 2% 16% 31% 49% Base: All respondents (various)

91 Rating of employer (EUROPE) Q. How would you rate your employer for each of the following factors? Excellent Good Fair Poor Dk / na Overall 3% 31% 45% 20% Working conditions 12% 41% 31% 15% Job security 12% 28% 28% 30% Salary 5% 23% 33% 38% Benefits 4% 18% 31% 44% Promotion prospects 2% 13% 30% 52% Base: All respondents (various)

92 Rating of employer (NORTH AMERICA) Q. How would you rate your employer for each of the following factors? Excellent Good Fair Poor Dk / na Overall 7% 38% 40% 13% Working conditions 18% 44% 29% 9% Job security 16% 31% 27% 25% Benefits 14% 39% 27% 18% Salary 8% 24% 36% 31% Promotion prospects 5% 18% 26% 48% Base: All respondents (various)

93 Importance of elements of job (UK) Q. If you were to change job, how important would each of the following factors be to you when deciding which employer(s) to consider? Extremely important Very important Fairly important Not very important Not at all important Challenging / interesting work 46% 44% 9% Salary 39% 46% 15% Career Prospects 39% 42% 16% Content of role 36% 51% 12% Job security 36% 45% 17% 2% Recognition of work done 33% 49% 16% 1% Location 33% 41% 21% 5% Relationship with colleagues 28% 47% 21% 3% Training 25% 44% 26% 5% Degree of responsibility 17% 52% 27% 4% Reputation of employer 17% 43% 33% 6% Holiday entitlement 17% 41% 35% 6% Funding 16% 38% 32% 10% Physical working environment 15% 45% 33% 6% How well the company is doing 14% 46% 35% 4% Benefits package 14% 38% 40% 8% Green credentials of the employer 4% 16% 39% 30% 10% Base: All respondents (various)

94 Importance of elements of job (EUROPE) Q. If you were to change job, how important would each of the following factors be to you when deciding which employer(s) to consider? Extremely important Very important Fairly important Not very important Not at all important Challenging / interesting work 55% 37% 6% Recognition of work done 38% 47% 12% Career Prospects 35% 42% 18% Content of role 32% 46% 19% Salary 31% 51% 17% 1% Relationship with colleagues 29% 49% 20% 2% Job security 28% 42% 26% 3% Location 24% 39% 28% 8% Funding 21% 43% 27% 6% Degree of responsibility 20% 51% 25% 3% Training 19% 41% 29% 9% Reputation of employer 15% 44% 32% 6% How well the company is doing 14% 48% 31% 5% Physical working environment 14% 45% 32% 7% Holiday entitlement 14% 39% 35% 10% Benefits package 14% 38% 37% 10% Green credentials of the employer 6% 27% 39% 20% 8% Base: All respondents (various)

95 Importance of elements of job (NORTH AMERICA) Q. If you were to change job, how important would each of the following factors be to you when deciding which employer(s) to consider? Extremely important Very important Fairly important Not very important Not at all important Challenging / interesting work 55% 37% 6% Recognition of work done 38% 47% 12% Career Prospects 35% 42% 18% Content of role 32% 46% 19% Salary 31% 51% 17% 1% Relationship with colleagues 29% 49% 20% 2% Job security 28% 42% 26% 3% Location 24% 39% 28% 8% Funding 21% 43% 27% 6% Degree of responsibility 20% 51% 25% 3% Training 19% 41% 29% 9% Reputation of employer 15% 44% 32% 6% How well the company is doing 14% 48% 31% 5% Physical working environment 14% 45% 32% 7% Holiday entitlement 14% 39% 35% 10% Benefits package 14% 38% 37% 10% Green credentials of the employer 6% 27% 39% 20% 8% Base: All respondents (various)

96 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

97 Summary - UK + The average salary is 32,960 down from 35,900 in % earn over 30,000 a year, compared with 58% in On average those working in University / Education ( 34,925) & Industry ( 33,235) earn above average, and more than those in independent charities ( 32,085), government agencies ( 31,910), medical ( 30,610), and contract research organisations ( 30,300). + On average those based in Greater London ( 37,045) are on the highest salaries, followed by those in the North East ( 35,540) and in the South East ( 35,500). + The average pay rise received is 1.83%, down on 2012 when it was 1.6%. + 46% were eligible to receive an annual bonus (40% in 2012) and the average received is 2,270 ( 2,679 in 2012). + 6% of respondents have been made redundant in the last 12 months. + Contributory pensions are the most common benefit (60%) followed by the ability to work from home occasionally (31%), a health plan (27%) and flexi-time (27%). + The benefit that most would like to receive is paid overtime (12%), followed by a performance related bonus (12%), a guaranteed bonus (11%) and a final salary pension scheme (9%). + A third of the sample indicate a preference to work for small / medium sized organisations. + 4% rate their current employer as excellent overall.

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