Salary Survey

A Tale of Two Narratives: The PRWeek US 2017 Salary Survey

A Tale of Two Narratives: The PRWeek US 2017 Salary Survey

The search for talent goes on at the mid to senior levels, reports this year’s PRWeek/Bloom, Gross & Associates Salary Survey, but advancement opportunities continue, especially for those with sought-after skill sets

Salaries in PR: When change is real, it pays to change right along with it

Salaries in PR: When change is real, it pays to change right along with it

This year, the median salary of men with more than five years of experience is $135,000, compared to women at $95,000.

Digital Edition: March 2017 issue

Digital Edition: March 2017 issue

Welcome to PRWeek's Digital Edition of the March 2017 issue

About this Report

The search for talent goes on at the mid to senior levels and advancement opportunities continue, especially for those with sought-after skill sets, according to The PRWeek/Bloom, Gross & Associates 2017 Salary Survey.

In the big picture, the majority of PR pros (57%) agreed they are well compensated and very few (3%) believe their job is under threat due to economic conditions. 

Find out what PR pros are making these days and how your salary stacks up.   Beyond salary, what are the compensation factors that entice potential employees? Are opportunities to work abroad still desirable? Do employees really care if an organization is a good corporate citizen?

The 2017 PRWeek Salary Survey Premium Edition reveals these and other significant insights that will help both employer and employee make the right decisions.


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