Every few years, our friends at WebAIM host a survey of web accessibility practitioners in hopes of learning more about trends in the field and training needs. The last of these surveys was in April of 2018; the first of its kind published in July 2014.
According to their news release:
This survey is primarily intended to collect new information and track updates/trends from the previous surveys. By completing this survey you will help inform the web accessibility community. Everyone that implements accessibility is invited to participate, whether you do so casually or as a primary part of your job. Cyndi Rowland is the principal investigator for this study.
The survey will remain open through January 20, 2021. No personally identifying information is collected. When submitted, your browser version and operating system will be collected. Results will be reported as aggregated summaries and will be published January 2020. Your participation is purely voluntary and you can choose to stop at any time. This is a research study that is of minimal risk. It has been approved by Utah State University’s Institutional Review Board (#11591). There are 36 brief questions that will take approximately 5-15 minutes. Although you will not directly benefit from taking this survey, your experiences and opinions could help inform the web accessibility field.