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ID 22868
  Title A rising tide [16th Annual Salary & Expense Survey from Chiropractic Economics]
Journal Chiropr Econ. 2013 May;59(8):32-52
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

Article subtitle:  If you've been treading water as of late, this year's nationwide salary survey indicates a trend toward better days.

About this survey:  Throughout March and April 2013, Chiropractic Economics invited practicing chiropractors and CAs to participate in the annual survey by filling out a confidential, Web-based questionnaire.  Invitations were extended by email, social media, and announcements to a number of alumni and trade associations.

Number of participants: 456 respondents.

Regional distribution:    United States Midwest (35%), South (28%), West (20%), East (15%) and outside the U.S. (2%)

Statistics:  References to only averages (or means).  

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