Take the 2024 Open Source Professionals Job Survey


Share your expectations regarding open source jobs.

The 2024 Open Source Professionals Job Survey is now open.

This brief survey was created by Open Source JobHub and the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) as a way to learn what’s important to open source professionals in regard to their jobs.

The survey consists of 6 questions and takes about 3 minutes to complete. Your responses will help keep employers informed of the professional expectations of those building their careers with open source.

Take the 2024 Open Source Professionals Job Survey now.

Your personalized information will NOT be collected in this survey. Thank you for your participation!



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