OK some one tell me the truth what is the base pay for a full time sup? (not concered with MIP i can do the math on my own) Is it different if you are in operations, IE, PE, PSI, or SCS? I'm getting my Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from a damn good university! And if i get paid the same as some Liberal Arts major from a community college. I'm going to be ! From what i hear there is supposed to be a restructure of how people get paid based on degree and Dept. Is there a different pay if you have your degree VS not having your degree? Do the people who work in Proffesional service solutions make more? there consulting rate and ups allocated is listed on the freaking intranet site? and fulltime sups are listed at 54.50 an hour. I would say they should get paid more some of the test lab engineers are probably some of the smartest people in the company and they should be paid accordingly!