Infographic: 2012 Paid Better for PR Pros than 2011


With the general economy on the upswing PR pros have reason to be hopeful about the future. According to PR News' 2013 Salary Survey, PR pros are cautiously optimistic, what with most economic indicators continuing to show positive signs. The survey, which was taken late last year and garnered 1,596 responses, covered a wide array of industries and PR disciplines. 

And while pay remains a sticking point (only 20% of respondents said they are fully satisfied with their overall compensation), most respondents (87%) said that they are satified with their job. 

The information within PR News' latest Salary Survey Report will help illuminate some key questions you may have about jobs, salaries and employment data within the world of public relations.

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