PR News Launches Salary Survey


Participate in our PR News Salary Survey, which will benchmark the state of compensation within the PR profession. Your participation will enable you to compare your own salaries and benefits with those of your peers—be it in agency, corporate or government/nonprofit settings.
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In addition, as a participant in this survey you will receive an executive summary with key findings.



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Please take few minutes to share with us how your salary, bonus and benefits shaped up in 2010. Your responses will be held in strict confidence and analyzed in a group format only. The deadline for responding is Feb. 16. 



Thank you in advance for participating. We look forward to sharing the results with you.


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