Fairfax, Virginia - See how your compensation package compares in the industry. The imaging community is invited to take SGIA's 2011 Wage and Salary Survey now and receive a free copy of the Report (regularly $99 members/$299 nonmembers), as soon as it is available. The survey evaluates the latest industry wages and gives employers an inside look at competitive salaries for 2011.
The survey, open now through January 31, asks imaging companies in the US and Canada about sales compensation, annual sales revenue and the average compensation for many new industry positions. Once the results are in, all survey participants will receive a free copy of the complete report.
The 2009 Wage and Salary found that most shops in the US and Canada reported payroll to be 30 percent or less of their gross sales. Additionally, shops with less than 10 percent or greater than 50 percent of payroll-to-sales ratios tended to be smaller companies, selling only $250,000 in products per year. The 2009 survey also reported that the average hourly wage in the US increased by $0.20 from 2007, and increased in Canada by slightly less than $1.