Due to COVID-19, the APEGS office is closed and staff is working remotely until further notice. Our response time may be longer than usual. We appreciate your patience, and we apologize for the inconvenience.
The movie Dream Big: Engineering Our World and educational resources are available as follows:
Teachers can access the movie and additional videos on ROVER, which also shows how they fit with the curriculum for specified grades by searching.
The public can find the movie on Netflix and access the educator guide with lesson plans and additional videos at dreambigfilm.com.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) conducts an annual salary survey of their members. The survey inquires about their base salary for the year, bonuses received, hours worked, education, work duties, and other factors that may be related to salary.
A comprehensive list of job factors (Classification Rating Guide) with a possible influence on salary, complete with numerical ratings of each factor is provided by APEGS for use with the with the survey.
Classification Rating Guide
Classification Rating Examples
APEGS Salary Survey Report 2021 (Insightrix).pdf
2021 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results.pdf
APEGS Salary Survey Report 2020 (Insightrix).pdf
2020 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results.pdf
APEGS Salary Survey Report 2019 (Insightrix).pdf
2019 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results.pdf
2017 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2016 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2015 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2014 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2013 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2012 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2011 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
2010 APEGS Salary Survey Summary Results
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APEGS acknowledges that it regulates the engineering and geoscience professions in the jurisdiction of Saskatchewan which is comprised of portions of lands from Treaties 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10, the territories of the Nêhiyawak (Cree), Anihšināpēk (Salteaux), Dene, Dakota, Lakota and Nakoda nations, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.