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Eighth Annual Salary Survey: Call for IT Pros

2003 SALARY SURVEY UPDATE: It's that time of year when MCP Magazine begins preparing its compensation report for U.S. certified Windows networking and IT professionals, which we'll publish in August 2

Once again, we're looking for MCPs who are willing to reveal their compensation, along with their identities (including a photo) and other information, to provide a real-world baseline for the numbers we'll publish in this year's report. Those who are chosen to participate may also be contacted for an interview. If you'd like to participate, send an e-mail to mailto:editor@mcpmag.com?subject=SalarySurvey or mailto:editor@mcpmag.com with "SalarySurvey" in the subject line of your message. You must also include the following:

  1. Full Name
  2. Certifications (include non-Microsoft certifications)
  3. Salary
  4. Location (City and State)
  5. Position; years in current position
  6. Years in computer field

We'd also like you to attach a low-resolution version of your photo (but have that high-resolution one on hand if we pick you).

NOTE: Your participation may be a violation of employee policy or guidelines. Check with your employer before submitting your information and compensation figures.

Deadline for submissions is April 18. We'll pick submissions that are representative of the figures and regions that appear in this year's report. If you make the cut (that is, your profile is chosen to appear in the print issue), we'll send you a nifty, one-size-fits-most MCP Magazine baseball-style cap.

To view last year's Salary Survey—as well as samples showing how we published the profiles—go to http://mcpmag.com/salarysurveys/.

About the Author

Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.

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