Poll: How’s work this year?

How much vacation time do you get each year? Marketing is currently working on the always popular annual salary survey—a comprehensive picture of who is making what and where in Canadian marketing and communications. And while our editors are pouring over the results from industry recruiters, we also want to hear from you. Last year we […]

Marketing is currently working on the always popular annual salary survey—a comprehensive picture of who is making what and where in Canadian marketing and communications. And while our editors are pouring over the results from industry recruiters, we also want to hear from you.

Last year we asked about vacation time, your average workweek and what you make in a year. To see how much has changed in 12 months, we pose the same questions again.

Please take a minute or two to answer the three questions below (anonymously of course), and look for the final results in the Oct. 8 issue of Marketing.

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