TITLE

Weak Labor Market Catches Up

AUTHOR(S)
Phillips-Donaldson., Debbie
PUB. DATE
December 2003
SOURCE
Quality Progress;Dec2003, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the 2003 salary survey conducted by the journal "Quality Progress" the two job titles that showed an appreciable increase in average salary over the 2002 survey are that of an analyst working in quality or a software quality engineer in the United States. For all other titles also surveyed last year, the change in average salary for 2003 was negative or flat for the U.S. quality professionals. The increase for analysts was 4.9%, from an average salary of $55,216 in 2002 to $57,942 this year. Software quality engineers rose from a 2002 average of $73,667 to $75,757 in 2003, a 2.8% increase. Other changes for U.S. quality professionals ranged from -3.3% for inspectors, whose average 2003 salary fell to $39,675 from $41,026 in 2002, to 1.7% for supervisors, who increased to $55,453 in 2003 from an average 2002 salary of $54,503.
ACCESSION #
11953639

 

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