PRWeek’s Annual PR Salary Survey

PRWeek is out with its 2016 PR industry salary survey, and Chris Daniels reports:

As the labor market tightens in the U.S., PR employers must accept the unprecedentedly powerful position the workforce now occupies. …

There is more movement within agencies and corporate PR departments, as well as from company to company. This, in turn, heightens the pressure on employers to fight harder to keep talent, with pay raises an obvious means to do that.

The survey found 75% of respondents who have remained at their company in the past year received a pay increase in the past 12 months. And even among those who stayed in the same position, 68% saw their salary rise. …



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