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The Presentation Guild Benchmark Salary Survey Report

The wait is over.

We’re proud to present the results of survey data we collected in August and September of 2016 from presentation professionals across the United States. Readers of this blog will recall our August 13, 2015 post; we asked you to participate in this first-ever industry effort. A good many of you did exactly that. Thanks!

A $59 value, this survey report is free for all Presentation Guild members. It is also free to those survey participants who opted to receive the report. Not a member? The cost is US$59. Want to become member and save money? A package deal of one year of membership plus access to the Survey Report is available for only US$99. (To learn more about the report and how you can get it, click here for general information about the survey; the page will also present you the links below).

  1. I’m a Guild member. I’d like to get my free copy of the Guild Benchmark Salary Survey Report. (This is a link to our Members Only Resources page. Log in to access it. You’ll find other materials there, all exclusive to the membership.)
  2. I’d like to join the Presentation Guild for $99 for one year and get a free copy of the Guild Benchmark Salary Survey Report.
  3. No membership for me right now. I’d like to purchase the Guild Benchmark Salary Survey Report for $59.

We complied and analyzed data from one hundred thirty three respondents. We think we’re moderately reasonable, if not conservative, with conclusions which we draw from the survey results. Most of all, we’re eager to hear what you think. Feel free to discuss salaries, demographics, job structures, and other topics raised by the report either here in the blog or over on our forums.

We’ll be listening to you.

 

1 Comments

  1. Profile photo of Tony Ramos

    An interesting follow-up from the broader industry of design:

    On January 17, 2017, Wired published an article titled “So What Exactly is the Design Industry Anyway?” It discusses the recent survey American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) of its membership. Data from over 9,000 respondents show that designers’ salaries and presentationists’ salaries follow roughly the same distribution, but ours skew slightly higher on the higher end.

    Article: https://www.wired.com/2017/01/exactly-design-industry-anyway/

    Survey results: http://ds-2016-staging.winfieldco.com/#!/results/

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