New Jobson Optical Research Report Paints a Portrait of Professional Compensation for ECPs and Staff

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NEW YORK—Are you earning what you should be? In this gyrating economy, who knows what appropriate compensation is? The answers to these questions and many other eye opening compensation details are the focus of an innovative new research report titled “The 2011 ECP Compensation Study,” from Jobson Optical Research.

This extensive study provides average and median compensation for professional and staff titles including dispensing staff and office managers. The study enables ECPs to benchmark their compensation policies against the national and regional variances. The information is presented with interpretive commentary and charts comparing and contrasting the data. Easy look up data tables are included for quick analysis.

The study examines the average compensation for optometrists (both employed and owners/partners), opticians/dispensers and office managers. The data features breakouts by region, years of experience, gender, chain/independent, supervisory status and specialties. The survey of nearly 1,000 optometrists, opticians/dispensers and office managers was conducted in May of 2011 by Jobson Optical Research. The Report was produced by Jobson Optical Research in conjunction with Local Eye Site

The 2011 ECP Compensation Study is downloadable immediately after purchase at Jobson Research.com. More info about the report is also available from Jennifer Zupnick at Jobson Research, jzupnick@jobson.com.