This is likely a normal outcome of data suppression rules we’ve put in place to protect data privacy and client confidentiality. The two most common triggers of our data suppression rules are insufficient data counts and the presence of a dominate company in a data set. All of our data suppression and data protection rules are also designed to ensure we operate within the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Safety Zone, which states that: (1) Salary surveys must be managed by a third-party. (2) The information provided by survey participants is based on data more than three (3) months old. (3) There are at least five providers reporting data upon which each disseminated statistic is based, no individual provider’s data represents more than 25% on a weighted basis of that statistic, and any information disseminated is sufficiently aggregated such that it would not allow recipients to identify the prices charged or compensation paid by any particular provider. If you have additional questions about your compensation survey results, please contact your dedicated Survey Consultant.