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Connect to over 300 free online salary surveys - General and Profession-Specific on the Web.

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JobStar's Salary Surveys provides links and descriptions of 300+ free salary surveys or summaries a mouseclick away.

The surveys come from several kinds of sources. You'll want to evaluate the information in terms of currency, geographic coverage and application to your own situation.

  • Trade and professional journals (National Paralegal Reporter, Network World, Electronic Buyer's News)
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  • Local newspapers (San Jose Mercury News)
If you don't find a survey for your occupation or industry, use the Guides to Printed Surveys to search for a better fit. Once you have identified the title of the survey you need, your library may be able to help you find it! Search the catalog or ask the librarian for help.