Salary Survey 2010: Not Out of the Question

Abstract:The 2010 Quality Progress Salary Survey indicates that quality professionals may be recovering from the recession. Average salary for U.S. residents working full time was $85,289, an increase of over two percent from 2009's 83,442. Only 3.1 percent of respondents said they were unemployed, retired or laid off, compared to 4.9 percent in 2009. The highest earning job title was vice president/executive, with a mean salary of $147,723 in the U.S. and $132,667 in Canada. In the U.S., directors, Master Black Belts and consultants all earned an average of over $100,000, while in Canada Master Black Belts, educators/instructors and directors earned six figure salaries. Salaries varied significantly by region, with the Pacific states highest and the East South Central and West North Central states lowest in the U.S. In Canada, Quebec and Alberta had the highest salaries while New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador had the lowest. Overall experience, ASQ certification and Six Sigma training all …

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The contents of this statement are all unique, especially from a management perspective. I thank you for the opportunity to read this article. I can use it to enhance my expertize as a QA/INSPECTOR.

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Eva Stepat
--Eva Stepat, 12-19-2010


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