BOSS Staffing Survey Shows Creative Professionals Just What They're Worth

Apr 16, 2001, 01:00 ET from BOSS Staffing

    BETHESDA, Md., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- BOSS Staffing, a premiere creative
 placement firm, has launched its second annual Creative Arts Compensation and
 Job Satisfaction Survey. Results of the survey will give creative
 professionals new insights into where they work, how much they earn, and what
 skills they require to stay competitive.
     Surveys will mail out in April to 15,000 individuals in three east coast
 cities where BOSS Staffing has its offices: Philadelphia, PA, Washington, DC,
 and Atlanta, GA. The survey is directed to key personnel in creative fields,
 including graphic design, copywriting, marketing and advertising. It will
 yield compensation and benefit information, and additional findings related to
 job satisfaction, professional expectations, and more.
     "The more people who participate in the Survey, the more accurate a
 picture of the industry we'll be able to get," says BOSS Staffing Vice
 President of Marketing, Rossi Bonugli. "Results will give employers and
 employees alike reliable benchmarks and a rare glimpse into emerging trends
 and employment priorities."  In order to participate go to
 http://www.BOSSstaffing.com/survey.lasso or contact rossi@BOSSstaffing.com to
 request the survey packet itself.
     Participant data is anonymous and sent directly to the market research
 company tabulating the results.  They can separately request the Executive
 Summary (a $25 value FREE) either online or in the survey packet to be entered
 in a drawing for an Apple iBOOK computer.
     BOSS Staffing is uniquely qualified to sponsor and conduct this study. A
 leader in the job placement industry for 15 years, the company has extensive
 experience in successfully matching top talent with top opportunities. The
 company has always kept a keen eye on industry directions and innovations. It
 was one of the first to foresee the importance of multimedia and the rise of
 the Web, and it has been responsive to filling the demand for specialty
 professionals in these and other areas related to creative staffing.
     For more information on how to participate in the 2001 Creative Arts
 Compnsation and Job Satisfaction Survey, contact Rossi Bonugli at
 301-656-6284, ext. 10 or rossi@BOSSstaffing.com .
 
 

SOURCE BOSS Staffing
    BETHESDA, Md., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- BOSS Staffing, a premiere creative
 placement firm, has launched its second annual Creative Arts Compensation and
 Job Satisfaction Survey. Results of the survey will give creative
 professionals new insights into where they work, how much they earn, and what
 skills they require to stay competitive.
     Surveys will mail out in April to 15,000 individuals in three east coast
 cities where BOSS Staffing has its offices: Philadelphia, PA, Washington, DC,
 and Atlanta, GA. The survey is directed to key personnel in creative fields,
 including graphic design, copywriting, marketing and advertising. It will
 yield compensation and benefit information, and additional findings related to
 job satisfaction, professional expectations, and more.
     "The more people who participate in the Survey, the more accurate a
 picture of the industry we'll be able to get," says BOSS Staffing Vice
 President of Marketing, Rossi Bonugli. "Results will give employers and
 employees alike reliable benchmarks and a rare glimpse into emerging trends
 and employment priorities."  In order to participate go to
 http://www.BOSSstaffing.com/survey.lasso or contact rossi@BOSSstaffing.com to
 request the survey packet itself.
     Participant data is anonymous and sent directly to the market research
 company tabulating the results.  They can separately request the Executive
 Summary (a $25 value FREE) either online or in the survey packet to be entered
 in a drawing for an Apple iBOOK computer.
     BOSS Staffing is uniquely qualified to sponsor and conduct this study. A
 leader in the job placement industry for 15 years, the company has extensive
 experience in successfully matching top talent with top opportunities. The
 company has always kept a keen eye on industry directions and innovations. It
 was one of the first to foresee the importance of multimedia and the rise of
 the Web, and it has been responsive to filling the demand for specialty
 professionals in these and other areas related to creative staffing.
     For more information on how to participate in the 2001 Creative Arts
 Compnsation and Job Satisfaction Survey, contact Rossi Bonugli at
 301-656-6284, ext. 10 or rossi@BOSSstaffing.com .
 
 SOURCE  BOSS Staffing