How much are you worth? Introducing the IIAR Salary Survey

IIAR/CB Resourcing Salary Survey

As a highly specialised profession, Analyst relations roles are notoriously hard to evaluate when it comes to compensation. They are often hard to find profiles, can report to different functions and thus bother recruiters and employers are often at pains to make the right call on salaries. In addition, expertise areas and their drivers are not often well understood -for instance whether analysts relation professionals manage research budgets, are the lead on one or several research firms, have a global remit, etc.

Sounds familiar?

Seek no further: the Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) has partnered with CB Resourcing to conduct a salary benchmark survey for AR roles.

Recipients will be able receive high-level feedback, IIAR members will get more details.

To ensure full confidentiality, CB Resourcing, a leading executive search and recruitment consultancy, will collect, aggregate and analyse the data. It has put in place strict guidelines and will only communicate aggregated, non personally identifiable data to the IIAR and its members.

This survey will run for 2 weeks and will close on 29th September 2017.

A webinar for IIAR members will be organised on Friday 10th November, 1600 GMT.

Register now for the webinar > link



IIAR members can download the full CB Resourcing / IIAR Salary Survey on our Extranet > link.



About CB Resourcing

Our research & analysis practice team are leading experts in sourcing talent for senior appointments in Analyst Research and Analyst Relations. Our clients include most major consultancies, several global professional services firms and Analyst research houses. You can find more information on


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