One Week Left To Fill In PR Census 2011

Not long left to contribute to the biggest research project into the PR industry in years

Census: Largest survey of PR industry in six years
Census: Largest survey of PR industry in six years
Responses have been flooding in to PRWeek and the PRCA’s PR Census 2011, but PR practitioners still have one week left to contribute to the biggest research project into the PR industry in years.

The PR Census 2011, which will give a comprehensive overview of the size, shape and scope of the UK PR industry, has already generated more than 1,000 responses.

But in order to make the census as accurate and informative as possible, it is essential as many PR professionals as possible fill out the census.

All PR professionals are eligible to fill in the census, from account execs and junior press officers to CEOs, MDs and comms directors.

The findings of the survey will be analysed by leading research agency Harris Interactive, which will also carry out desk research to present as accurate an insight as possible into the PR industry as it is today.

Information will include the value of the UK PR industry, salary scales, diversity in the industry, working hours and much more.

You can fill in the PR Census here and the survey will be live until Thursday 28 April.

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