Non-Union Pay Rates For Freelance Electricians in the New York City Event, Theater, and TV Markets

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Thank you very much for taking the time to complete this anonymous survey.

The purpose of this survey is to track non-union Electrician (and ONLY Electrician) pay rates from 2000 to 2012, and to see how they've changed over the years. The results will be announced in a few weeks in Lance Darcy's column, LD On The DL, published by Live Design.

How this survey works:

Suppose you remember working as an electrician for non-union event production company from 2002-2004 for $20/hour. They paid you on a W2. You would input the following data:

Date: Check boxes for 2002, 2003, 2004
Pay Rate: 20
Type: W2
Industry: Event

Each survey can handle a maximum of 6 employers. However if you have worked for more than 6 employers, you are welcome to take the survey a second or third time. If your rate changed over time while with the same employer, consider it a separate entry.

Use a separate page for each employer you remember working for.

Events include weddings, industrials, bar mitzvah, up-fronts, or one-offs.
Theater/performance include any genre where the main focus was a live performance.
TV includes anything meant for camera.
1. What year(s) did you work this particular employer?
2. What was the pay rate per hour for this employer?
3. What method were you paid?
4. What was the primary industry for this employer?
5. Would you like to add another employer?
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