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2015 Salaries & Retirement Plans

September 2015, Government Fleet - Feature

by Staff

Respondents to this year’s survey on average earn $84,694, which is 2.4% higher than last year’s reported average of $82,732.
Respondents to this year’s survey on average earn $84,694, which is 2.4% higher than last year’s reported average of $82,732.

The average fleet professional salary this year is $84,694, according to respondents to Government Fleet’s survey. This is a 2.4% increase from last year’s average. This year, 79% of respondents said they had received a salary increase, which is more than those who reported increases last year — this number has been rising since GF first began collecting this data in 2012. Like last year, the majority of raises were for 3% or less.

Fleet size and number of technical employees managed are direct factors in fleet professional salaries.

About two-thirds of survey respondents said they have a succession plan in place or are working on one, and one-third of fleet professionals said they plan to retire in the next five years. Those who are closer to retirement are more likely to have a succession plan already in place.

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