SLA 2012 Salary Survey Available

Now available for instant download, the latest SLA Salary Survey features comprehensive salary breakdowns for information professionals by primary job responsibility, job title, region, company size, experience, and much more.

To make this year’s survey more comprehensive, we added three resource articles to help you stay competitive in today’s job market. Included are “Using e-Portfolios to Showcase your Work, Skills, and Experience,” and “Talking to your Manager about a Raise or Promotion–Are You Ready?”

Access the SLA 2012 Salary Survey now!

A network-licensed version is also available.

Be sure to log-in as an SLA member to receive the member rate. There is also a $15-off discount code for those who participated. If you participated but do not have your code, please contact SLA.

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