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We apologize for any confusion—here is a link to the full report and more: http://asq.org/qualityprogress/salarysurvey. (The full report can be found under Additional Accessories.) We are working on adding links to the site as it makes sense.

Thank you,
Lindsay Pietenpol
Quality Progress Assistant Editor

--Lindsay Pietenpol, 12-11-2019



--Frank Malinowski, 12-11-2019


Because there are so limited responses by location & industry the data is wide ranging in reporting the true scope of salary. Within any given State the range of salary for a position would be high. One does what they can with the data supplied but, be careful on dictating it's meaning.
--Charles Geurts, 12-11-2019


Not a whole lot of Quality included in this article. Reference to tables and figures not included in the article, nor is there a link to the source data. This is a poor example of career management plan with out actually saying anything of worth.
Include sources and show how the data is relevant.
--Shane M MacQuarrie, 12-11-2019


How do you access the full report? As others have said, interesting overview, but I want to see the full data set.
--Jeff Donnellon, 12-11-2019


Frustrating overview - no clear link to complete report or data
--Brent Myers, 12-10-2019


When I open the PDF version it only goes to page 19. Is there another place I should be accessing the PDF?
--Dawn Speidel, 12-03-2019


Doug, Charts are in the pdf version of the QP magazine, starting on page 14 of 84 (printed page 12)-PT, 12-03-2019
--Patricia Taft, 12-03-2019


I'm not sure if this was intentional, but the charts gave me the impression they were only subset charts of a larger article. If so, where is it? Thank you.
--Doug, 12-03-2019


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