Please take 5 minutes to participate in this short, anonymous survey.
The results will be used for a report that will be published in Canadian Community Builders' online channels. The data will help to benchmark career growth and best practices in the field of community building.
Take the survey now
 
What is your gender? *


 
What is your age? *


 
What is your ethnicity? *


 
What is the highest level of education you have completed? *


 
What is your company/organization size? *


 
What city is your company located in? *

 
How long have you been with the company/organization? *


 
What is your title?

Please feel free to generalize your title if you're not comfortable stating your exact title (i.e. write Marketing Manager instead of Competitions Marketing Manager or Head of Community instead of Director of Community Engagement etc.)
 
What department are you in? *

 
Who do you report to (their title)?

 
How many people report directly to you?

 
What is your income level? *


 
What is your current annual salary ($CAD)?

This question is not mandatory but it would still be great if you could be precise so that we can capture accurate and relevant data that go beyond salary ranges.
 
What was your starting salary?

 
How many vacation days do you get annually?

 
How many years of work experience do you have? *


 
How many years have you been in your current role? *


 
What best describes what communities you manage? *


 
What form does your community exist in? *


 
How big is your community?

 
How did you get into community building?

 
Community building is an important marketing tool. *

 
The stakeholders in my company think of community building as an important growth tool.

 
My team will be investing more in growing our community over the next 12 months. *

 
My company provides me with the proper tools and time to develop our community. *

 
My community members feel valued, empowered and engaged. *

 
Do you have any thoughts, comments or feedback that you'd like to share?

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