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Friday, January 20, 2012

Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey 2012 - Please participate

I don't usually make posts like this, but this is one of those things I always look forward to reading when it comes out, so I decided helping the guys out won't hurt :)

What I am asking from you guys is some time (2 minutes or so) to fill out the survey below about how much you make, what kind of benefits you get, where you work, and so forth. It's anonymous, obviously, and every participant will get a copy of the report afterwards. And this time around, you can even win something for participating! So please do.

Participate in the survey about Dynamics
Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey 2012
Nigel Frank International would like to invite you to complete our annual survey of global Microsoft Dynamics salaries. The survey will only take a couple of minutes to complete and your response and any personal details will be kept strictly confidential.

Complete the survey by the closing date and you will automatically be entered into our prize draw to win one of five amazing prizes:

1st Prize = Apple iPad2 16gb with Wi-Fi + 3G

2nd Prize = Microsoft Xbox 360 250gb + Kinect
3rd Prize = Kindle Keyboard with Free 3G + Wi-Fi
4th Prize = Microsoft LifeCam Studio Webcam
5th Prize = Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse

You will also receive a FREE copy of the Salary Survey report once it has been compiled.

Please click on the following link to complete the Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey 2012:

The survey is available in 12 languages for your convenience.
Your response is greatly appreciated.

About the Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey
The Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey has been conducted for the past 3 years. It receives over 6,000 responses each year allowing Nigel Frank to compile the most comprehensive reports and analysis on the global Microsoft Dynamics labour market.

Our annual Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey report is highly revered by Microsoft Dynamics professionals as it provides them with the most in-depth insight into the salaries, opinions and demographics of their counterparts worldwide.


  1. Hi, Your post has no "Read more" link, so I thought you had left out the link to the survey for a minute...

  2. I am not sure I got what you mean.
    What "Read more" link?
    The link to the survey is in the post near the picture.
    Here it is just in case again:


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