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2013 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report
February 20, 2013
In the past year eLearning salaries worldwide increased by 1.7%, with an average global eLearning salary of $77,682. In the US, salaries increased by 0.06% to $78,984. The data in this report represents survey responses from more than 4,700 eLearning Guild members on everything from the average vacation allowance to hourly rate differences between part-and full-time workers, contractors and regular employees. How does your job stack up?
In this annual report, Patti Shank examines the trends in pay worldwide. She explores areas of variance across gender, status, designation, and other compensation. She also evaluates average eLearning salaries across employer and employee variables, which are used in a salary calculator to help readers compute baseline salaries with their own individual variables.
The 2013 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report is a Guild Research Survey report. These reports answer questions that learning and eLearning practitioners and managers have about the thoughts, practices, actions, and choices of other eLearning professionals.
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