PR Daily Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey
Wondering if your colleagues got a raise last year? How much PR professionals earn based on years on the job and where they live? If you have a better chance of making good money and enjoying your job working at a government agency, private company, or nonprofit?
If you've ever wondered about these questions, PR Daily's first-ever Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey of more than 2,700 social media pros will help you learn exactly how you stack up against your colleagues.
You'll learn that:
- The Midwest is home to the most top earners in PR: 33 percent of those earning more than $250,000 hail from this region.
- Women predominate the bottom and top rungs of the pay scale: 85 percent of those earning less than 35,000 are female, while women account for two-thirds of respondents making more than $250,000.
- Government PR professionals get the most vacation time: 42 percent get four weeks or more.
- Most respondents work at least 40 hours a week: 57 percent say they log 40 to 50 hours per week.
- Deskbound lunches are most common: 69 percent of respondents have lunch at their desks on most days.
- And much more!
Please fill out the form below to download this complimentary, groundbreaking white paper, "PR Daily's first-ever Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey."