We can do better, folks - Salary Survey closes August 19th



As it stands right now, here are the Salary Survey response numbers for the past 10 years.

I realize some participation has probably dropped off due to layoffs, but, with so many AUGI members out there (and people who haven't yet joined), we can surely drum up some more responses before the survey closes tomorrow night.
This has always been a community effort folks, and the 10's of thousands of people who will download these survey results should be participating. As always, results are collected without being connected to usernames, and I am the only person who ever touches the raw data, data will be published in broad groups only.

Here is a snapshot of replies so far, is your industry underrepresented?

Mine is... when I realized how badly, I hit the Facilities Management discussion forums and shot off a few emails, encouraging my peers to take part.

The 10th Annual AUGI Salary Survey closes tomorrow. Please take the survey by tomorrow night (August 19th, 2011) and encourage your peers to do the same.

Thank you for contributing to the community! The results will be printed in AUGIworld Magazine next month.


Steve Bennett said...

Hopefully my blog/LinkedIn/Twitter posts will help get some more responses...

Mistress of the Dorkness said...

Thanks very much for helping to spread the word. :-)

Mary Beth said...

I don't know if it's related, but the survey was acting weird for me. Every time I clicked an answer, it would go back to the top. It was extremely frustrating and I considered quitting without finishing except that I knew you needed more info.

Mistress of the Dorkness said...


The past two days I've had three different people tell me about that back to the top thing.

I don't think there's much I can do about it now, but, I will be discussing it with the web staff before I run another survey.

The others I spoke to were using IE8, was that the same browser you used to access the survey?

Thanks for putting up with the hassle and completing it despite the problem.

Mistress of the Dorkness said...

Oh, and thanks to everyone who has chimed in in the past day or so... we're up to 3,060.

5% of the respondents were laid off this year, and I really appreciate their chiming in with their most recent data anyway. Props to everyone for giving back to the community resource!