FW: 2004 Salary & Consulting Rate Survey for Usability & HCI

10 Mar 2004 - 8:38am
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Josh Seiden
2003

I thought this might interest some of you. Apologies if
you already got this from another list.

JS
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Hello

Peak Usability and Spirit Softworks invite you to
participate in our online survey of salaries and
consulting rates for usability and human-computer
interaction professionals. We have endeavored to make
this the most comprehensive and truly international
salary and consulting rate survey available for our
professional community. The survey will elicit
information about salaries and consulting rates in all
regions of the world as well as states or provinces and
metropolitan areas of the United States, Canada, and
Australia.

Please forward this message to your associates and
encourage them to participate in the survey. The
greater the participation, the more meaningful the data
will be for us all. We are interested in obtaining
information from people in all specialties and with all
levels of experience.

TAKING THE SURVEY

To ensure that in-depth salary and consulting rate
information is available to our professional community,
please participate in this survey. Completing this
brief survey will take only a few minutes.

To take the survey now, please click this link:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=6615380395

The survey will close on March 31, 2004.

CONFIDENTIALITY

This survey preserves your anonymity. We have no means
of identifying participants. We will hold all
individual responses in strict confidence and report
them only in aggregate with those of other
participants.

SHARING THE RESULTS

Once the survey has ended, we will prepare the
following reports and publish them online for your
perusal:

2004 Salary Survey for Usability & HCI
Professionals
2004 Consulting Rate Survey for Usability & HCI
Professionals

The reports will break down salaries and consulting
rates by type of employer or consulting business,
geographical region, role, project focus, education,
years of experience, and gender.

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Tania Lang, Peak Usability, Brisbane, Australia
Pabini Gabriel-Petit, Spirit Softworks, Boulder Creek,
California, USA, just outside Silicon Valley

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