ACT Council conceived the idea of the toxicology salary survey in 1988 to provide the profession with accurate salary information. Since then, an electronic survey instrument was constructed to distribute to members of the ACT, the Society of Toxicology, and additional professional organizations. ACT has collaborated with the Society of Toxicology to continue to collect information on toxicology salary and employment conditions with results published every three years. Over its 30-year span the survey has been modified to capture the most relevant data at the time of each iteration. Survey questions query information including gender, age, degree, years of experience, certifications, areas of specialization, society membership, employment, benefits, and income. The results of the toxicology salary survey provide insight into the job market and career path for current and future toxicologists.
Tenth Triennial Toxicology Salary Survey
Dexter W. Sullivan Jr., and Shayne C. Gad, International Journal of Toxicology, May 2020 39: 189–197
Ninth Triennial Toxicology Salary Survey
S.C. Gad and D.W. Sullivan Jr., International Journal of Toxicology, February 2016 35: 243–251
Eighth Triennial Toxicology Salary Survey
S.C. Gad and D.W. Sullivan Jr., International Journal of Toxicology, January/February 2013 32: 11–22
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