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ABBRA details wage rate survey results

The American Boat Builders and Repairers Association released its latest wage rate survey.

The survey allows members to compares the salaries of their employees to others in the same region and nationwide across many job types. It contains information about hourly wages, average vacation time, benefits and pension plans across a range of job categories including general manager, technician, store manager, rigger, dockhand and bookkeeper.

The survey was based upon the input of ABBRA members and other members of the marina and boatyard industry who agreed to submit their wage, benefit and skill level information through a questionnaire.

The survey is available at no cost to all ABBRA members who provide data for the survey and $65 for those members who do not contribute data. The cost of the survey is $99 to all non-members.

Click here for the full release and information on how to order a survey.

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