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Minneapolis, MN, March 25th, 2008 – Copier Careers, a Minneapolis based niche recruiting firm serving the Document Imaging Industry for over 20 years, just published their seventh annual Service Technician Salary Survey. This year’s survey garnered response from 3,858 copier technicians across the United States. The results indicate that the majority of industry technicians feel unappreciated by their current employer and are actively looking for better opportunities within the industry.
Technicians continue to work fifty hour weeks; are predominately male; approximately 36.8 years of age and have been with their current employer for 5.1 years, up slightly from 4.9 years in last year’s survey. Forty percent (40%) of this year respondents said that they expect to change companies this year. Technicians are shopping their services at the same time that their technical skill set is in record demand.
Base Pay and benefits continue to be the top two components of what matters to Techs in their jobs, with company and job stability coming next on the list of priorities. Of course, as in all surveys, bonuses and peer respect still play a big part in whether or not a Service Technician stays in their current position.
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Service Technicians answered this survey online anonymously. They logged on to CopierCareers.com and answered a series of questions related to their particular job description. Copier Careers then compares results from prior year’s study and industry expert Scott Cullen writes and publishes the survey in ENX magazine. The survey is published in the April edition of ENX Magazine and subsequently on www.CopierCareers.com . For a hard copy of the survey, please contact Copier Careers directly at 888-733-4868.
Copier Careers® is fully committed to the Copier Channel. They are the only search firm that utilizes Adaptive Retainer Recruiting®. They continually and diligently work to give back to the industry with in-depth white papers, articles, a widely-read monthly industry newsletter, and annual salary surveys. With a database of top OEM-trained service technicians, sales managers, service & operations managers, controllers, back office staff, and MPS/MNS experts; Copier Careers’ recruiters have access to the highest caliber candidates for independent solutions providers. Copier Careers® More than Resumes, Candidates®