RGD Ontario initiates national survey on billing and salaries

13 August 2010
Toronto (Ontario) - The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario is conducting a national survey on billing and salaries. More than 5000 graphic design and communications professionals from across Canada have completed this survey in past years and RGD hopes to hear from even more this year.
Toronto (Ontario) - The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD) is pleased to announce that its Survey of Canadian Graphic Design and Communications Salaries & Billing Practices 2010 has been launched.

Sponsored by RGD Ontario's official Career Development Partner, Creative Niche, the national survey directed towards all design and communication professionals went live 10 August 2010.

Before filling out the national survey, RGD also invites participants to have a little fun and find out their professional archetype with a brief quiz created by Identica, RGD Ontario's Design Partner on the project.

For completing the national survey, all respondents will receive a summary of the results once they are released and will also be given the chance to win registration to DesignThinkers 2010, taking place November 11-12 at The Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

More than 5000 graphic design and communications professionals from across Canada have completed this survey in past years and RGD hopes to hear from even more this year.

An executive summary of this survey will be available free in a variety of formats and media. A full report will also be available for purchase. The results will launch at DesignThinkers.

Visit stoptheguessing.ca to find your professional archetype, and fill out the full survey via researcdimensions.com.



For more information, please contact:

Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario
96 Spadina Ave.
Suite 503
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 2J6 Canada
T: +1 416 367 8819 x 23
E:
W: www.rgdontario.com


About RGD Ontario

The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario was created by an Act of the Ontario Legislature to certify graphic designers who have met a rigorous set of standards that includes documented levels of relevant, professional education and experience, as well as demonstrated competence in the areas of business, design principles, research and theory and ethics through successful completion of a written test and portfolio interview.