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Salary and work survey to report on the health of the learning sector

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Blue Eskimo, the specialist recruitment company for training and e-learning professionals, is currently running its annual salary and work survey, which will provide a valuable insight into the economic condition of the learning sector.

The survey will remain available for the next two days, to the end of 11 December, on Blue Eskimo's web site. Last year, the survey was taken by 500 people and provided the most comprehensive study of salary and job data available from the learning and development sector. Blue Eskimo, specialist in training and e-learning jobs, runs the survey in conjunction with leading e-learning publication, e.learning age magazine.

The results of the survey will be published in January and are sent, free of charge, to companies and professionals within the learning and development sector, and published within e.learning age magazine.

People from training, e-learning, development and technology companies are invited to take the survey. Everyone who takes the survey - providing they work within the qualifying industries - is entered into a free prize draw, and can win a 32GB iPod Touch, worth £229.

Nick Bate, director at Blue Eskimo, said: "The report provides intelligence in many hard to research areas - salaries, benefits packages, work/life balance and job satisfaction - and will give the learning industry a valuable insight into how it is coping with the recession."

The survey is open now, and will remain open until 11 December.

Take the survey now, it takes less than five minutes.

The results of the survey will be published free, early in the New Year - and the lucky prize winner will receive the free iPod Touch in time for Christmas.