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The SPA salary survey.

The SPA Salary Survey: Now in its fourth year, the Software Publishers Association's annual compensation study is by far the most comprehensive collection of software industry payroll data we've seen. This year's data is drawn from a voluntary sample of 204 private and public firms and covers 38 job titles, ranging from chief executive to "purchasing manager/materials." For each of these titles, moreover, the survey makes comparisons by company revenues, employee counts, and region. -1991 Software Industry Salary Survey, Software Publishers Association, Washington, D.C.; 202/452-1600; $200-$400 (depending on membership status).
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Title Annotation:Resources: pictures, pay, patrons; results of the fourth annual Software Publishers Association survey now available
Publication:Soft-Letter
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Sep 24, 1991
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