We published our 2019 Service Tech Salary Survey last month, we just published our Sales Manager Survey, and we will be publishing our Service & Ops Manager Survey in August. A common theme we’ve been seeing in the results is the strain being short-staffed puts on employees of all job types.
This year’s survey reflects the responses of 4,740 Copier Channel technical service professionals across the United States. Overall, service technicians in 2018 want their pay to reflect market demand and how they have adapted their problem-solving skills and trouble-shooting work in the age of IT solutions. Employers need to address these factors to help their company attract qualified candidates or risk losing out to dedicated IT providers.
It’s a good time to be a copier technician, because tech skills are in very high demand. The need for qualified hybrid technicians has increased steadily over the past decade as the Copier Channel turned into a largely IT and networked technology business. While there are never enough top technicians to go around, this year the shortage is particularly acute. “Scarcity is making techs an increasingly valuable commodity,” said Paul Schwartz, president of Copier Careers.
Copier Careers is proud to announce that our Recruiter, Jessica Gleason, achieved 123% of her 2018 Q1 quota! In appreciation of her outstanding efforts, Jessica has once again been honored with membership in the Copier Careers Quota Club. Please join us in congratulating Jessica in her achievement!
Copier Careers is proud to announce that our Recruiter, Jessica Gleason, achieved 124% of her 2017 Q3 quota! In appreciation of her outstanding efforts, Jessica has been honored with membership in the Copier Careers Quota Club.