Career section provides an overview of the landscape architecture profession and includes information on career opportunities, educational requirements, colleges and universities offering accredited and candidacy programs, and student post-graduation plans. All information is available free online.
Quarterly business survey summarizes current trends for key indicators such as billable hours, business inquiries, and hiring expectations, and also include information on selected topics such as personnel recruitment and retention, technology usage, and demand for various services. Survey results are summarized in quarterly news releases and can be viewed free online.
Market analysis report provides industry statistics for a user-defined area on a national, state, county, metro area, or zip code level, with data provided including number of companies, market volume and sales trends, average company sales, sales per employee, staffing and employment trends, average employee wage, and business start up activity and failure rates. Sample report can be viewed online.
Annual financial statement analysis includes common-size income statements, balance sheets, and key financial ratios for firms in this sector. Print edition includes five years of historical data, with the most recent year's data broken down by net sales and total assets size range. Individual NAICS downloads which mirror the print edition format can be purchased online. Sample report can be viewed online.
Annual Graduating Student Survey
Annual publication includes detailed current and historical trend data on starting salaries and employee benefits for students graduating with undergraduate and graduate degrees in landscape architecture. Current and prior year surveys can be downloaded and viewed online.
National Salary Survey
Annual survey covers the private, public, and academic sectors of the profession and includes information on salaries, incentives, total compensation, and employee benefits. Custom reports are filterable by organization type, number of employees, geographic location (e.g., state, city, metro area), and other selected criteria.