In a year marked by change—HTM program closures at DeVry and Brown Mackie College, executive moves at AAMI, and even editorial change-ups at 24x7—one thing remained largely the same: Your salaries. 24x7’s 2015 compensation and job satisfaction survey reported median national salaries of $45,000, $54,000, and $66,000 for BMET 1, BMET 2, and BMET 3 rankings, respectively. One year later, only BMET 2s saw any change in wages.
Once again we asked our readers a very personal question - "How much do you make?" - and once again, we got a variety of answers. It's no substitute for a formal compensation analysis, but we think our Pulse Check revealed an evolving compensation tr
The latest annual 24×7 salary survey of healthcare technology management professionals reveals that while biomeds can find plenty of reasons to find fault with their line of work, job satisfaction for them is about much more than pay.
If you have not yet participated in 24×7’s annual survey of biomed compensation and job satisfaction, the time to do so is running out fast. The survey closes on Wednesday, so take part in the survey today!
The first week of 24×7’s annual survey of biomed compensation and job satisfaction is now complete. One week remains for you to take part in the survey. It will take just a few minutes, and the information will be kept completely confidential.
Is your salary competitive? How does your workload compare to that your peers? The first step to finding answers to questions like these is to take part in 24×7’s annual salary and job satisfaction survey, which is open for participation now.
Today is your last to give your feedback in 24×7’s annual compensation survey, which gauges nationwide trends in annual salaries, benefits, job responsibilities, and overall satisfaction among biomeds.