State of the profession survey launched

21st December 2016


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IEMA's annual survey of the profession is live and members have until 20 January to complete the online questionnaire.

The IEMA practitioners’ survey covers pay levels, career progression, job satisfaction and broader professional and industry issues. Participants are also invited to give their insights on getting into the profession.

‘We really want to know your experience of what it means to be environment and sustainability professional – or someone entering this profession – during what has been a changeable and challenging year,’ said PR and communications manager Katrina Pearce.

The survey will take no longer than ten minutes to complete and is anonymous. Early findings will be reported in the February issue of the environmentalist, and a full report will be published with the March edition.

The survey was sent to all members yesterday in an email from Tim Balcon. If you have not received the email, please contact [email protected].

The survey closes at 5pm on Friday 20 January 2017.

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