UK Music Workforce Diversity Survey 2024
Thank you for participating in the UK Music Workforce Diversity Survey 2024!
UK Music's Diversity Taskforce has launched its Workforce Diversity Survey. The survey collates data from across the music business including studios, management agencies, music publishers, major and independent record labels, music licensing companies and the live music sector.
The findings of the survey give the music industry, government and other stakeholders a critical insight into where improvements are needed regarding diversity and inclusion – and highlights where positive change is already under way. While other surveys focus on diversity of artists, this survey focuses on those who work behind the scenes.
The survey results will be published later this year, which will help to showcase the steps the industry has taken to improve diversity, as well as where work still needs to be done. You can read our 2022 report here.It should take around 10-15 minutes to complete.
As a thank you for completing the survey we are offering a prize incentive. Respondents will have a chance to win one of five £100 vouchers to spend at Prezzee!, the leading e-gift site with 100s of top brands to choose from.
How we use your data: Some questions in this survey are quite personal. It is important to UK Music that you feel comfortable completing the survey knowing your data will be handled carefully. All responses will be treated in a confidential manner and managed in accordance with data protection legislation (GDPR). By taking part in this survey and providing your responses, you agree that UK Music can use the data provided for the reasons mentioned above.UK Music will process your personal data in accordance with its privacy notice available here. After the findings have been analysed, aggregate and anonymised responses to the survey may be shared on our website or with UK Music's members. Any free text responses will be removed and if the sample size is too small that people are at risk of being identified this information will not be shared. You can view previous data publications on our website to see how the findings are typically reported.