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Engineer's pay has forged ahead of inflation and ahead of earnings elsewhere in the past three years - but engineers in construction are doing worse that those in chemicals, computing and electricity generation.A survey by the Engineering Council yesterday (Wednesday) showed engineers working in construction do marginally worse than the average, with a median salary of £27,000, against the overall median of £28,500.