Even in the face of one of the most difficult economic climates since the Great Depression, the Agile profession is a hot field to be in right now. In 2009, we showed the Agile community how valuable their skill set was and how the scarcity of Agile skills was driving income potential even in a very difficult economy. ASPE-SDLC is partnering once more with VersionOne to introduce the 2010/2011 Agile Salary Survey. Last year’s results were astounding and we are anxious to see how this year’s results compare.
ASPE, Inc. president, David Mantica, shared his thoughts on the launch of the 2010/2011 survey:
“ASPE-SDLC together with VersionOne is excited about rolling out the 2010/2011 Agile Salary Survey. In the face of the economic turmoil of 2009, Agile professional salary results showed a highly compensated profession filled with younger but very experienced professionals. I am very excited to see if the profession has broadened to include a more diverse field of professionals (last year only 19% of practitioner were women) and how much salaries have increased as Agile practices have gone mainstream.”
Don’t miss your opportunity to compare yourself with other Agile professionals, not only in your community, but all over the world. Find out what methods, training and certifications are necessary to maintain a competitive position in your industry. Take part in ASPE-SDLC’s annual salary survey to get all the answers you are looking for.
At the end of the event, participants will have an option to receive the results of the survey directly via email. You only have until February 28th, so visit http://2010-Agile-Salary-Survey.questionpro.com NOW to participate in this very important survey event.
Answers will be anonymous and used only in an aggregate analysis.