Workload and Salary Surveys

The 2017 IRB and IACUC Workload and Salary Survey is now closed.

Thank you to everyone who participated!

As a professional involved in the world of research ethics, you work hard to understand and keep up with complex regulations, manage your day-to-day responsibilities, and keep your career on track. All of these moving parts can make it challenging to know where you stand and how the work you do compares to that of other research ethics professionals around the country.

If you are curious about how your salary, responsibilities, and professional experiences stack up against others in similar positions, review the results of the 2015 Workload and Salary Surveys.

PRIM&R distributes two versions of this survey, one geared toward professionals who work primarily with IRBs, and one for those who work primarily with IACUCs. The results of these surveys provide important insight into current trends and opportunities, which can help you in seeing where the field stands overall and how the work you do fits within it.

Members can access the results of the 2015 IRB and IACUC salary surveys in the PRIM&R Knowledge Center. Nonmembers can purchase the survey reports by downloading, completing, and submitting an order form.

The 2017 IRB and IACUC Workload and Salary Survey results are expected to be published in June.