Salary Survey

Salary Survey 2015: A seller's market

Salary Survey 2015: A seller's market

Salaries are strong. Opportunities to advance abound. The power lies with the PR workforce, and the pressure is increasingly on employers to develop overall compensation packages from which comms pros cannot walk away.

How to close the gender pay gap in PR

How to close the gender pay gap in PR

The 2015 Salary Survey reveals a continuing discrepancy between male and female salaries in the PR industry.

Just how satisfied are comms employees?

Just how satisfied are comms employees?

Survey respondents detailed their satisfaction with their organizations and the industry at large.

The US regions with the biggest spikes in PR salaries

The US regions with the biggest spikes in PR salaries

Three regions in particular saw notable spikes in median salary.

Six perks students want from their first PR jobs

Six perks students want from their first PR jobs

What is important to the industry leaders of tomorrow? Six PR students from across the US shared their thoughts.

About this Report

The PRWeek/Bloom, Gross & Associates Salary Survey is conducted annually. A total of 1,002 PR professionals completed the online survey for the 2015 report between November 19 and December 17, 2014.

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