Take the Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016

Eighth edition of the Hotelier Salary Survey has gone live, with a view to discovering the state of the hospitality industry in the region

Tell us what you think of hospitality salaries!
Tell us what you think of hospitality salaries!

The Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016 has opened and welcomes all hoteliers working in the Middle East and North Africa industry to particpate.

In its eighth year, the survey has been revamped to be concise yet research the pertinent issues of salary and job satisfaction. Due to the shortening of the survey, it takes less than five minutes to complete.

This is a chance for all MENA hoteliers across all job titles to discuss pay scales, market sentiment and which hotel operating companies they would like to work for the most.

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Last year, 527 participants responded to the survey.

To complete the survey in five minutes, please click here.

The results of the survey will be published in the June issue of Hotelier Middle East, and the results are strictly anonymous - not even Hotelier Middle East knows who has completed it.

The deadline for completion is May 14, 2016.

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