- Learning Solutions Magazine
- Guild Research
- Guild Publications
- Online Events Archive
- Conference Archive
- Product Directory
- Supplier Directory
- Job Board
2014 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report
February 19, 2014
In this annual Guild Research report, the 2014 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report, Patti Shank explores trends in eLearning pay worldwide and looks at how variables such as company size, number of people managed, years of eLearning experience, and years of education influence salary. She also provides a salary calculator to help readers compute baseline salaries with their own unique variables.
Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States experienced a decrease in average salaries in 2014, which is the opposite of last year; India is the only one of the five countries highlighted to see a rise from the previous year. The 2014 average global salary is $76,530, and the 2014 average US salary is $78,932. The 2014 average global salary is down 1.5% from 2013 when it was $77,682. The average US salary is essentially the same as 2013, when it was $78,984. The report shows all salaries in US dollars (USD) in order to use a common currency throughout.
The survey is based on responses from 5,923 eLearning Guild members internationally who provided their salary and compensation information as part of eLearning Guild general membership data.
Guild Survey research reports analyze questions about the practices, actions, and choices of fellow learning professionals.
|NEW! Explore the 2014 Guild Research Salary Calculator available on Learning Solutions Magazine.|
You do not have access to the full report. Please log in or join to download this file.
Back to Library
65,526Join The eLearning Guild
Upcoming Events & Deadlines
- October 29 – 31—Conference
DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo
- November 5—Webinar
Behind the Screens: Secrets to Successful Synchronous Online Events
- November 5—Guild Academy
Adobe Captivate Advanced
- November 10—Guild Academy
Agile Project Management for eLearning
- November 13—Online Forum
Making Learning Memorable with Graphics and Visual Design