PR News has launched its second annual Salary Survey, which will gather data about the state of salaries, benefits and job satisfaction of PR professionals. The Salary Survey is open to communicators with all job titles in agency, corporate, nonprofit and government settings.
Participate in the PR News Salary Survey.
“Our most recent Salary Survey helped shed light on many key questions PR professionals have about jobs, salaries and benefits,” says Diane Schwartz, senior VP and publisher of PR News. “With this current study we’ll be able to do comparisons with the prior results that will uncover important employment trends that communicators will need to know.”
Specifically, such key topics as salary increase/decrease trends, bonuses and soft benefits like maternity leave, flex schedules and telecommuting are covered in the study. In addition, survey data are sliced by age, gender, job titles and geographical regions.
Findings in the first Salary Survey were illuminating. For example, 30% of PR pros did not receive a salary increase in 2010, while 50% did not have a bonus plan at their organization.
The deadline for taking the PR News Salary Survey is Monday, March 12. Those who participate in the survey will receive a complimentary copy of the PR News Special Report: “SEO/SEM & Writing for the Web.”
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