Webinar: Go Beyond the Calculator: A Discussion with the Author of the 2020 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey Report


Presenter: 
Shawn E. Six
Date Recorded: 25 February 2021

HOW TO WATCH

OVERVIEW

For the past 20 years, IEEE-USA has published its world-renowned IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey Report. Every year after the report is published, IEEE-USA receives numerous questions regarding conclusions derived from the survey data. This year we believe that the answers to those questions would not only benefit the questioner, but also benefit the entire IEEE membership. Therefore, we put together a special webinar presentation with Shawn Six, President of Industry Insights, Inc. and author of the 2020 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey Report.

In a question and answer format, he will address follow-up questions received and audience questions. We hope this presentation will benefit members who want to learn more about salary trends discussed in our 2020 report.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

As a Principal at Industry Insights, Inc., Shawn E. Six's primary responsibilities include the marketing, promotion, design and implementation of the company’s research efforts. Mr. Six primarily handles financial operating, compensation and benefits, industry best practice studies, as well as other primary and secondary research projects. Mr. Six has conducted over 250 studies during his 20+ years at Industry Insights.

Mr. Six was formerly a marketing research analyst with Frigidaire (a division of AB Electrolux), a major appliance manufacturer. As a part of the marketing information department, his activities there primarily consisted of managing and analyzing several secondary/syndicated marketing research sources, coordinating research presentations and report writing.

Mr. Six has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Westminster College in Pennsylvania and a Master’s degree in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University.

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