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How Does Your Salary Compare to the Industry?

January 29, 2015

Photo via Ringling College of Art + Design.
Photo via Ringling College of Art + Design.

Every two years, Automotive Fleet conducts a salary survey of fleet managers to find out what the average salary is for the fleet manager position. See how you compare with your peers.

To participate in this year's survey, you can find it here: 2015 Salary Survey. Please check all appropriate boxes next to each question to find out how your salary stacks up against the industry standard.

We will publish results from our survey in an upcoming issue of Automotive Fleet magazine. Your responses are valuable and will be treated with strict confidentiality. The deadline for your response is Friday, Feb. 13.

If you have trouble accessing the survey, first try clearing your Web browser's cache. If the issue persists, try opening the survey in an alternate browser (Firefox or Chrome). Thank you for your help. Your input is greatly appreciated.

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