Time, Money and Certification

Bangert, Michelle
July 2012
Quality;Jul2012, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p50
Trade Publication
The article discusses the results of the 12th annual State of the Profession survey of the periodical "Quality" on employment trends. The survey reveals the trends in employee compensation, work hours, job constraints, overall job satisfaction and improvements to quality operations. It indicates that 71% of the respondents are working on quality/product assurance/control while others are in corporate management, manufacturing engineering, and research and development.


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