State Bar of Texas
Utilization and Compensation Survey
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Salary Survey for Texas Paralegals
Deadline to complete Salary Survey has been extended - NEW deadline on Monday, September 15 @ 5:00 pm CST
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The Paralegal Division’s Utilization and Compensation Survey of paralegals in Texas is now underway! Use the direct link below to complete the 2014 Paralegal Division (Division) of the State Bar of Texas Compensation Survey. The information from this survey will be used to generate reports that will allow paralegals in Texas to see how their compensation packages compare to others in their geographic region.
Questions cover educational backgrounds, work environments, duties and responsibilities, billing and salary levels, and regional demographics affecting paralegal utilization and compensation. Participation in the convenient “scroll-and-click” survey is totally anonymous. The survey is open to all paralegals – not just members of the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division. Please participate and tell others of this opportunity.
By completing the survey you are helping the Paralegal Division to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information. Each question can be answered by simply checking a response or filling in a blank. All responses will be kept anonymous.
Please complete this survey by Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 at Salary Survey.
Thank you for your participation. This information will provide summary demographic information about paralegal work, compensation, benefits, and job satisfaction in Texas.
Note: The survey findings will be summarized and published on the Paralegal Division website. Findings should be available by November 2014.