2010 Salary Survey: Readers Respond -- Job Security

March 30, 2010
Workers are split on job security.

Chemical industry professionals believe they've weathered the worst of the economic storm, according to results of Chemical Processing's 2010 Salary and Job Satisfaction survey. This year, 52% (860) of respondents are concerned about job security and 48% (778) are not (Figure1) compared to 58% who were and 42% who were not in the 2009.

Are you concerned about job security?
Yes 860 52%
No 778 48%

How the Data Were Gathered
A total of 1,827 respondents participated in this year's survey. That's second only to 2007 when 1,830 people answered our questions.

Since mid-January, respondents accessed the survey questionnaire via a link listed in the print edition of Chemical Processing, on the www.ChemicalProcessing.com Web site, and in e-newsletters and e-mail blasts sent to readers. Additionally, those who follow Chemical Processing on Twitter at Chem_Processing and Facebook at Chemical Processing Magazine were also encouraged to participate.

Read the full story: Clouds of Concern Begin to Clear -- CP's 2010 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey

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