August 28, 2009 - The IAIDQ, a not-for profit, vendor-neutral professional society of people passionate about improving information and data quality, has published a report on salary and job satisfaction in the information quality management profession. The findings of the study, conducted in collaboration with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, show information quality professionals to be comparatively well paid and content in their work.  Key findings of the study were:

Founded in 2004 by industry thought leaders Larry P. English and Dr. Tom Redman, the IAIDQ is focused on the development of a recognized profession of information quality management.  Online learning company eLearning Curve recognizes that the data quality profession is indeed emerging and has identified the intense need for organizations to employ data quality specialists who know how to measure, manage, find, fix and prevent data quality problems.

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