Calling all Canadian Creatives: Help Build an Economic Profile of Our Country's Creative Industry

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Calling all Canadian Creatives: spend 15 minutes to help build an economic profile of the national creative industry.

Produced by RGD and Creative Niche, the 2012/2013 National Salary Survey of CreativeEarners went live online yesterday and they want to know what you work for before July 6.

They are seeking participation from individuals across the country, whether members of a professional association or not, working in a wide variety of professions. Eligible job titles include, but are not limited to: Creative Director, Graphic Designer, Art Director, Design Manager, Developer, Project Manager, Information Architect, Digital Strategist, Web Designer, Web/Media Analyst, Mobile Designer/Developer, Communications/Marketing Manager, Content Editor/Manager, Social Media Manager, Brand/Content Strategist, Copywriter, Production Manager, Account Manager/Coordinator, Educator, Media Buyer/Planner, Business Development/Sales, and Office Manager.

Upon completion of the survey, you will receive access to download a full exclusive collection of digital wallpapers created by top design firms and illustrators, including Paprika (Montreal), Hambly & Woolley (Toronto), Rod McDonald R.G.D. (Nova Scotia), Ben Weeks (Toronto), and the in-house team at MEC (Vancouver).

Don’t waste any time getting involved. The first 50 people to complete the survey will receive a limited edition, letterpressed print of Working Format's wallpaper, printed and sponsored by Anstey Book Binding. An additional 50 prints, and a Deluxe pass for DesignThinkers 2012, Canada's largest annual graphic design conference, will be raffled off amongst all participants when the survey closes.

Survey findings will launch at DesignThinkers and be made accessible online as a free PDF before the end of 2012.

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