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Respondents by ratings held:


Respondents by type aircraft flown:


Methodology


This survey was distributed widely through use of email, social media, websites, and our magazine. All pilots were encouraged to participate. An online third-party survey company was used as the medium for survey completion, data collection, and analytics. Although personal data was collected from respondents as a qualifier, that information remains anonymous.


As in any survey, there will be certain considerations and assumptions that must be made when analyzing and tabulating data. Some of our considerations and assumptions were:





This survey is designed to report 2020 data, which is the most recent full tax year.


• We implemented the survey in early 2021 during the time when pilots were filing tax returns for 2020.


• We assume that respondents are aware of their own compensation and benefits in enough detail to answer the survey questions accurately.


How to Read the Numbers


For any category of data, we try to consistently present three pieces of information:


1. Gross Salary Ranges: L = Low / M = Median / H = High


2. The numerical value range is in annual USD. Example: 60-75K = $60,000 to $75,000 per year


3. The percent (%) of respondents in a category that make up the L, M or H ranges


EXAMPLE: L 60-75K (10%) = Low salary range in category is $60,001 to $75,000 and 10% of respondents make up the low range in that category.


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