Reader survey (March 2019)

Author: Institution of Structural Engineers

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Reader survey (March 2019)

The Structural Engineer
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Institution of Structural Engineers

Date published

1 March 2019

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Institution of Structural Engineers

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Free

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We received a fantastic response to The Structural Engineer reader survey in 2018, with 1730 of you taking the time to complete it. The spread of respondents was a good reflection of the Institution’s membership: 60% were based in the UK and 40% outside the UK; the largest categories were Chartered Members (30%), Graduate Members (30%) and Student Members (16%). Here’s what you told us…

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