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Did the 2011 economy have an impact on your packaging career?

Feb. 17 is the deadline for providing your input for the Institute of Packaging Professionals’ 2012 Salary Survey.

As the definitive salary survey in the packaging business, the Institute of Packaging Professionals’ (IoPP) annual survey has evolved beyond reporting, "What you are worth?" IoPP's Salary Survey has grown with a greater focus on your career in packaging as opposed to just reporting numbers.

IoPP's goal this year is to examine how the economy in 2011 has impacted your packaging career, where you feel you stand in your career, how long you've been in a specific segment of packaging, and how your job may be affected in the future.

The 2012 Salary Survey is more extensive this year, so please anticipate taking 10 to 15 minutes to complete it. You can fill out the salary here. The survey closes Feb. 17.

Answers will be completely anonymous and those participating will receive a complementary copy of the final Salary Survey, which will be released in April. Results will also be published in the April issue of Packaging World magazine (last year’s Salary Survey cover is shown here), with information on pharmaceutical and medical device salaries in an upcoming issue of Healthcare Packaging as well.
 

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