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Want to know what the business climate was like this year? One way to find out is to look at how well companies took care of their employees, especially compared to 2009. We invite you to participate in Environmental Protection's annual salary survey.

This year's survey takes into account 2009 responses in several "Other" categories in an effort to provide more detailed information to you as soon as all the numbers are in. As always, we invite you to comment here and in the survey and also to provide us with your e-mail address at the end of the survey if you are interested in being interviewed for the results article.

The whole process shouldn't take more than 10 minutes.

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Tue, Oct 25, 2011 Editor

The 2010 survey is closed.

Tue, Oct 25, 2011 Courtney ward Event planning internships

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Fri, Nov 19, 2010

There are way too many Federal employees, being paid way too much, and too many complex, but vague regulations. Federal employees should be paid minimum Federal wage, and not a cent more. State Implementation Plans (SIPs) are not much better, because they must follow Federal guidelines and be approved by the Feds. The Federal Government is like a noose around the state's necks, and they are destroying the innovation and energy of this country.

Thu, Nov 18, 2010

How about government employees and their salaries, is there a catagory for that? On the other hand, maybe I don't want to know what I am paying them annually.

Wed, Nov 17, 2010

This year our company reinstated raises, bonuses, fringe benefits, etc. Also improved insurance benefits including adding eyecare

Wed, Nov 10, 2010

Employer has successfully changed from a job shop to contractual operations.

Wed, Oct 27, 2010

Reuse and recycling will be stopped by EPA's new definition of solid waste and the proposed Commercial and Industrial Boiler Solid Waste Incinerator rules.

Thu, Oct 14, 2010

Non-union wages have been frozen across the board since 2008.

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