Executive Monitor Survey


What triggers a senior executive to look for a new job? Do executives value formal education? What role does remuneration play in motivating a high-income earner? These are some of the questions Executive Monitor, a joint project of SixFigures and Destination Talent, aims to answer.

In Australia, there is a paucity of information on high-income executives, specifically those earning above 100K annually. Our study aims to provide a better understanding of this small but important demographic group. In particular, the study will explore the nexus between education, employment and remuneration trends. Data on age, gender, income distribution, education, career trajectory and job searching behaviour of executives will be collected, analysed and presented in a final report.

We are confident that the study will offer useful insights to employers and executives alike.  The results of the study will be made available to everyone for free. If you are an executive or a high-income earner do spare 5-8 minutes of your time to take our survey. The survey is completely confidential and results will be presented in the aggregate only. As a sweetener, one of our sponsors Duttondirect.com is offering a prize worth $3000 to one lucky survey participant.

Take survey here.

The Survey: The online survey is separated into five sections. It should not take more than 10 minutes to complete. You will be asked to part with a valid email address if you wish to participate in the prize draw.  The survey is open to Australian nationals only. If you have any queries with the survey contact me at info @ destinationtalent com au

The Prize: The winner will be selected and informed when the final report is completed in Feb 2010.

Sponsors: We are grateful to our sponsors for supporting an important study. Do visit and see what they have to offer. You can find more information about our sponsors heremanagementbookslogo




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