Affairs to Remember

Looking for the lowdown on compensation trends in the public affairs ring? Last month, the Foundation for Public Affairs released its "2000-2001 Corporate Public Affairs Compensation Survey,"
including base salaries for corporate PA-types as well as insights on stock options and other swanky perks such as company cars and paid country club memberships. But, as the saying goes, you have to
have money to make money. A copy of the study will cost you $250 ($100 if you were a survey participant).