Planning Salary Survey 2007

Almost 1000 planners responded to Planning's first survey of the profession since 1999.

Planning Salary Survey 2007
Planning makes a massive contribution to prosperity, social welfare and environmental quality, but are practitioners getting the recognition they deserve?

Pay up or pay out
Planners are receiving mixed messages on earnings and benefits but the profession's determination to serve society still shines through.

Time for a change?
Excessive hours, low pay, too much paperwork and a target culture are promoting a number of planners to assess alternative career options.

A fair day's work
Unpaid overtime, untaken leave entitlement and heavy management burdens are all facts of life for a significant number of planning staff.


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