March 2, 2017
The study results and analysis are based on responses from 906 business professionals across four sample groups that included over 250 responses from each of the United Kingdom (UK), France, Germany. The remainder of the responses came from the rest of the world, with a plurality of those remaining responses from the US. The survey audience in Germany and France received the survey in their native language, and questions about salary were asked with the national currency for the three European cohorts.
The respondent ages were 17% under age 30, 35% age 31 to 40, 25% age 41 to 50, and 23% age 51 or older. Company sizes showed 32% of respondents working for large companies with 2500 or more employees, 26% working for medium-sized companies with between 500 and 2499 employees, and 42% working for a small business with fewer than 500 employees.
The data was collected in late December 2016 and early January 2017.
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