NACE International
 
Summer 2013
Volume 4, Number 3
 
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In This Issue:

Comments from the TCC Leadership:
Report on NACE's Global Interests

 

Free Corrosion App Takes NACE Mobile

 

NACE International Releases 2013 Corrosion Career Salary Survey

 

NACE International Announces Corrosion in Motion Competition

 
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Comments from the TCC Leadership:
Report on NACE's Global Interests

Let me take this opportunity to warmly thank all of you who are participating in Technical Coordination Committee (TCC) activities! As time-challenged as many of you are, the reason you are reading this is because you care what is going on inside NACE TCC and are taking time to follow what we are doing.

This kind of interest and participation is the reason NACE standards are some of the most respected in the world. We are continuing our efforts to keep our standards updated and our committees fully engaged while encouraging new efforts and creativity in what we are doing. Comments, criticisms, and suggestions are all very welcome in TCC, and we encourage all of you, as stakeholders in NACE, to reach out to us and give us your input.
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Free Corrosion App Takes NACE Mobile

Whether in the office, on the road, or on a job site, take NACE International's free Corrosion App with you. The new app is now available at the iTunes Store for iPhone and iPad, and at Google Play for Android OS 4.0 or higher.

Members, registered nonmembers, and the general public have access to the free NACE Corrosion App. The app's features include calculators for cathodic protection and coatings professionals, a searchable directory of NACE International Institute Certification holders worldwide, access to the NACE Career Center where users can view listings of open positions, an event calendar, NACE publications, and a complete course schedule with a search function for finding classes offered globally.
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NACE International Releases 2013 Corrosion Career Salary Survey

The 2013 Corrosion Career Survey conducted by NACE International's Materials Performance magazine and released in July, indicates that the average annual salaries for corrosion professionals in the United States have reached six figures for the first time. Canada and Europe reached new highs as well.

Including salary and bonuses, the average annual U.S. compensation is $103,148, up 4.6% from the 2012 average annual U.S. salary of $98,384. In Canada, the average compensation rose 0.69% to CAN $108,108. Last year, the increases were 2.6% for the U.S. and 2.3% for Canada. In Europe the annual average salary is £68,637 (equivalent to U.S. $88,336), up by 3.7% from last year's reported annual salary of £66,098 and a reverse of the 1.8% salary decrease experienced in Europe from 2011-2012.
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NACE International Announces Corrosion in Motion Competition

NACE International, the world's largest technical society of corrosion experts, is now accepting entries from students worldwide for its inaugural Corrosion in Motion video competition. Participating students must create video representations of what would happen to iconic landmarks if corrosion protection measures were ceased.

The NACE Corrosion in Motion video competition challenges students to demonstrate their knowledge of the corrosion process and factors that impact corrosion control.
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