Jay McSherry

Jay McSherry is president of Butterflies & Castles, Inc., a full-service marketing communications company that provides market research, strategic planning and other marketing-related services to enterprises and publishers. Before forming B&C in 1991, he'd held senior marketing management positions at some of the major B2B publishing houses, including McGraw-Hill, CMP and IDG. Jay holds a BS degree in marketing from Fordham University. He can be reached at (201) 248.5080.

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2015 Engineering Compensation Survey: It's Not All About the Money 2
According to the nearly 3,000 electrical engineers that replied to the survey, the engineering profession is in a period of transition.
Electronic Design 2014 Engineering Salary Survey
Nancy Friedrich and Jay McSherry review the results of the 2014 Electronic Design Engineering Salary Survey. They take a closer look at the numbers and offer insights into unemployment, growing salaries, outsourcing, wages, women in engineering, and other trends that affect you.
The Gender Divide: Interview with Nita Patel, IEEE Women in Engineering Committee Chair
A discussion of women in the engineering workplace: What are the opportunities and challenges?
2014 Engineering Salary Survey: Engineering By The Numbers 4
View the results of the 2014 Electronic Design Engineering Salary Survey as we take a closer look at the numbers and offer insights into unemployment, growing salaries, outsourcing, wages, women in engineering, and other trends that affect you.
Electronic Design 2013 Engineering Salary Survey
Nancy Friedrich and Jay McSherry report on the results of the 2013 Electronic Design Engineering Salary Survey as they break down the numbers and offer insights into unemployment, H-1B visas, outsourcing, wages, and other trends that affect you.
The 2003 Engineering Salary Survey: Ten Years After
Electronic Design has been conducting its annual Engineering Salary Survey for 10 years. Take a look back at the results of the inaugural survey and see how the numbers have changed in the past decade.
2013 Engineering Salary Survey: Pressure Up, Salaries Down 7
Check out the results of the 2013 Electronic Design Engineering Salary Survey as we break down the numbers and offer insights into unemployment, H-1B visas, outsourcing, wages, and other trends that affect you.
Salary Survey 2011: The Retiring Engineer

Engineers are taking control of their futures and designing their retirement—and planning to give back to society.

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Salary Survey 2011: The Working Engineer
For the second consecutive year, compensation levels stay flat as OEMs continue to ride out the recession.
Engineering Salary Survey 2011: The Recent Grad
Engineering graduates face uncertain times in today’s faltering economy, particularly when job growth in so many sectors is expected to remain flat over the next few years.
Engineering Salary Survey 2011: The Engineering Student
College has always been a time of anxiety and excitement. But for engineering students, that sense of uncertainty has grown along with the growth of the global economy.
Engineering Salary Survey 2012 6
Thousands of engineers reveal facts and opinions on salaries, work, quality of life and career prospects in Electronic Design's annual Salary Survey.
Engineering Salary Survey 2011: Faces of the Engineering Lifecycle
This special edition of Electronic Design's annual Salary Survey takes you on a comprehensive tour of the engineering career, from students and new grads looking for or working their first jobs to experienced veterans getting ready to retire.
Maxim Cofounder Takes His Skills And Goodwill To Africa
Maxim co-founder Dave Fullagar retired in 1999. But as is the case with many successful engineers, there’s more to Fullagar than his technical accomplishments. In retirement, he and his wife, Betsy, have worked unassumingly on getting children’s books to support African schools and libraries.
2010 Design Engineering Salary Survey: How Much Financial Bounce In The Rebound?
Author Jay McSherry presents the findings from the 2010 Electronic Design annual survey of salaries in the electronic design engineering community.
Understanding the AirPods' Rise
Q&A: What’s New in the Wireless Audio Market? Interview with Jawad Haider, Marvell Semiconductor Read Now
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