As PR leaders continue to recruit talent from different sectors and geographies, greater resources are being devoted to better compensating current staffers, finds the PRWeek/Bloom, Gross & Associates Salary Survey.
Salary Survey 2014: Premium Edition
Expanded content from the 2014 survey, including more than 50 pages of data on issues such as median salaries broken down by geographic region and cities; increases in salary over the years; minimum pay raises needed to consider leaving current jobs; and much more
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