Salary Survey The PW Publishing Industry Salary Survey 2013

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•\t82% of employees with three years’ experience or less were women
•\t53% of survey respondents received a raise of 3% or less in 2012
•\t76% feel somewhat or very secure in their jobs

These and other surprising facts can be found in the all-new PW Publishing Industry Salary Survey 2013.

The complete, incisive results of the Publishers Weekly annual salary survey is now yours to own, to study and to learn from. Where do you stand compared to your colleagues? Where does your company stand in relation to other companies of the same size? And in relation to other companies in your region of the country.

This comprehensive report is packed with information.

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The PW Publishing Industry Salary Survey 2013 includes:

•\t13 full-color charts and graphs illustrating survey responses
•\t34 detailed tables enumerating responses to each survey question
•\t8 multipage median compensation tables
•\tBreakouts by region, male/female, company size, years of service and more
•\tA newly revised executive summary of results

Completed in late summer of 2013, the Publishers Weekly salary survey results are based on 1,000 responses from publishing industry employees.

“The PW annual salary survey not only takes a look at compensation trends in the industry but provides a snapshot of how publishing employees feel about a host of job-related issues,” says Jim Milliot, co-editorial director of Publishers Weekly and author of the 75-page study.

The PW Publishing Industry Salary Survey 2013
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