UPA 2007 Salary Survey Now Open

6 Oct 2007 - 9:37am
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Gabriel White
2005

I'd encourage folks to contribute to this survey - it's a very useful
resource.

-g

---------- Forwarded message ----------

The UPA 2007 Salary
Survey<http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=k5wPS4_2fPS5tQCGo5yJPOlw_3d_3d>is
open!

Every two years the UPA surveys user experience professionals to attain
in-depth data about the development of the user experience field. Our
last survey in 2005 netted more than 1,300 responses from user experience
professionals around the world. This year we'd like to double that.

Please help us by taking the survey. Remember, the survey is open to all
user
experience professionals, not just UPA members. So feel free to forward
this to your user experience colleagues.

*WHY TAKE THE UPA 2007 SALARY SURVEY?*

- By taking the survey you are helping to document salary levels for user
experience practitioners and managers. You can use the survey
information
to compare your compensation against your peer group.
- The survey is anonymous. We do not ask for your name, company name, or
any other personal identifying information.
- The survey report will be available to everyone.

*HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE SURVEY?*

- To learn more about the UPA Salary Survey Project, click here to access
the 2005 salary survey report.

http://www.usabilityprofessionals.org/usability_resources/surveys/2005_upa_salary_survey.pdf

Please help the user experience field by taking the survey now.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=k5wPS4_2fPS5tQCGo5yJPOlw_3d_3d

Thank you!

Thyra Rauch, *President*
Paul Sherman,* * *Vice President & Director of Membership and Sponsors*
Silvia Zimmermann, *Treasurer & Director of Organizational Outreach*

Comments

6 Oct 2007 - 9:37pm
Robert Hoekman, Jr.
2005

This survey really isn't very good unless you work within a
corporation and perform usability testing.

I have my own company and don't do usability tests, so I had to leave
quite a few answers about testing processes blank. I had to specify
that I was both an Executive and a Consultant, hoping that someone can
extrapolate from there. I also specified my daily rate, but the survey
didn't ask how many days I bill out in a year. How can someone gauge
my salary without a way to determine my annual income?

Eh. Just another survey that is less meaningful than it should be. I
wouldn't put much stock in the results.

-r-

On 10/6/07, Gabriel White <gabrielwhite at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd encourage folks to contribute to this survey - it's a very useful
> resource.

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