The Results Are In
by Paul Mueller, Senior Information Development Manager, NetIQ Corporation
One hundred eighteen members completed the STC Houston 2003 Salary and Chapter Survey. We are busy slicing and dicing the results to find better ways to serve you and meet the growing needs of our industry. Over the next few months, we will continue to analyze the survey results and create plans for this upcoming year.
Here we present a few of the results to whet your appetite. In the future, a summary report of the results will be made available.
Of the 116 members who answered the question, "What is your gender?" 84 are female (72.4%) and 32 are male (27.6%). For the highest level of formal education completed, 60.3% answered Bachelor's (BA/BS), 26.7% answered Master's (MA/MS), and 6.9% answered Doctorate (Phd).
For the number of hours per week worked in technical communication, 55.7% answered 41 to 50, 27.8% answered 31 to 40, 8.7% answered 51 or more, and 7.8% answered 30 or fewer.
When considering commute time (one way) to their current and primary work location, the answers were
About STC activities, members were asked to answer Yes or No to indicate whether they were satisfied with the following STC activities:
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