TITLE

Survey shows some wage growth, but experts say industry still lagging

PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jan2009 Supplement, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the findings of the magazines' 2008 Salary Survey which found that salaries are strong and growing. Over 94% of the respondents reported earning $60,000 or more a year while over 22% reported making more than $100,000. Nearly 95% of the respondents have worked in health care for 13 or more years. Also, respondents reported having a supervisor role with four or more employees under them. In terms of work hours, almost 94% of them work more than 40 hours a week while a quarter of them reported having work weeks of 51 hours or more.
ACCESSION #
35964748

 

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