Anonymous Poll for the Upcoming Free ‘Scrum Master Salary Report 2017’ by Hands-On Agile
Update August 24th, 2017:
The ‚Scrum Master Salary Report 2017’ is now available for download:
Update August 10th, 2017:
We now have 883 replies. At the current rate, 20 to 25 replies are added per week—which is awesome and will make the ‘Scrum Master Salary Calculator’ even more relevant.
We are putting final touches to the ‘Scrum Master Salary Report 2017’. It should be available within a week from noe. (It takes significantly more time than initially expected.)
Update May 1st, 2017:
Things went much better than anticipated:
– We gathered 523 replies which will provide the data for a relevant survey.
– I expect that the Scrum Master Salary Report 2017 will be available by the end of May.
– The next goal is to extend this dataset and build an application on top of it that is available for free, the Scrum Master Salary Calculator.
The more, the merrier – so please join the effort, and contribute to the ‘Scrum Master Salary Calculator’:
The purpose of this anonymous survey is to create a clear, data-backed benchmark that allows everyone in the agile community to get an understanding whether her or his compensation is adequate.
The report will cover Scrum Masters as well as Agile Coaches, both employed and freelancing.
The poll is anonymous, and I will not be notified about new entries. The goal is to have a sufficient number of replies – that would be at least 500 – by the end of April 2017 so that the Hands-on Agile team can create the report in May 2017.
The complete report will be available for free.
On the confirmation page – once you accomplished the questionnaire –, you will find an email address. If you decide to notify me that you participated in the poll, I will provide you with a free copy of my upcoming guide “How to Get Hired as Scrum Master or Agile Coach.” (Which may take a while, though. I hope to publish it at the end of Q2/2017.)
Lastly, please forward the poll to colleagues and peers that might be interested in participating as well. The more data we can collect and aggregate, the better the outcome.
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