Some questions have no right or wrong answers. But everyone wants to know the answer to this one: “Am I getting paid enough for what I do?”
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Digital and Social Media marketing are very recent occupations within companies and it is often not yet established if these marketing activities have a direct ROI or not.
Moreover, the Digital landscape is still changing year on year; it is one of the fastest growing areas of our economy, with a major shortage of talent. This trend is not going to reverse itself anytime soon. But it remains very difficult to pinpoint the real value of digital marketing and, because of this, to understand how much digital and social media marketers should be paid.
If you like our stories, there is an easy way to stay updated:
Thankfully for all of us – employers and employees – our amazing friends over at Digital Gurus, a leader and pioneer recruitment agency within the digital markets in London, have published the updated version of their yearly salary survey.
The survey covers all areas of Digital marketing, form Ad Tech to Big Data, from Creative to Marketing, Project management and Business development. The survey indicates salaries for both permanent and freelance positions.
For example, how much do you a Senior Community Manager should make? What about a Senior Copywriter or a Junior Art Director?
All the answers, and much more, are in the Digital Gurus 2015 Salary Survey, check it out now! (all they ask for is your name and email address to send you the complete survey)
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