Salary Survey

The PRWeek 2016 Salary Survey

The PRWeek 2016 Salary Survey

This year's Salary Survey, conducted in partnership with Bloom, Gross & Associates, finds an emboldened workforce secure in the knowledge that advancement opportunities -- and higher pay -- are available in the comms industry. As Chris Daniels reports, the onus is on employers to dig deep to keep or corral the best talent.

How to fix PR's gender salary gap

How to fix PR's gender salary gap

According to the 2016 PRWeek, Bloom, Gross & Associates Salary Survey, the annual median salary of male PR practitioners can be as much as $45,000 higher than their female counterparts.

2016 Salary Survey: Data and infographics

2016 Salary Survey: Data and infographics

Key findings from the PRWeek/Bloom, Gross & Associates' 2016 Salary Survey.

Strong culture is just as important as money in today's PR talent war

Strong culture is just as important as money in today's PR talent war

Talent recruitment and retention remains the single most problematic and debated topic in PR, especially in agencies.

About this Report

The PRWeek /Bloom, Gross & Associates 2016 Salary Survey was conducted by Bovitz. Email notification was sent to 77,122 PR professionals and a survey link was posted to PRWeek ’s website and various social media channels. A total of 1,078 PR professionals completed the online survey between November 13 and December 7, 2015.

Results are not weighted and are statistically tested at confidence levels of 90% and 95%. This article offers only a summary of findings. Additional data and findings are available for purchase in the premium edition of the Salary Survey, which will be available this month .

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