The Works - Search and Selection Annual Salary Survey - page 14

The Works Search
Annual Salary Survey
2015
What’s happened in in-house
firms?
In-house Corporate PR
In-house corporate salaries have increased across
the board thanks to the ever-increasing importance
of reputation management. This year’s findings
certainly show the high value companies place
on PR.
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The top salary given to a PR Officer has
increased from £35,000 in the previous year to
£45,000.
••
The average PR Manager is now earning
£56,000, which is £11,000 up on our last
survey’s results. The highest paid earns a
whopping £82,000, which shows just how great
the demand has been at this level.
••
Communications Directors are averaging
£95,000, showing an impressive £20,000 uplift
on average.
••
Heads of Communications are now earning an
average salary of £120,000, showing a £15,000
increase.
Corporate PR In-house Salary Results
Corporate PR In-house
Salary
Average
Our Recommended
Job Title
Range
Salary
Range
Global Head of
Communications
£100,000 - £250,000
£130,000
£140,000 - £180,000
Head of Communications
UK/EMEA
£52,000 - £400,000
£120,000
£110,000 - £170,000
Communications Director
£48,000 - £185,000
£95,000
£90,000 - £150,000
Head of Media
£43,000 - £115,000
£87,000
£80,000 - £110,000
Senior PR/
Communications Manager
£35,000 - £77,000
£65,000
£60,000 - £75,000
PR/Communications Manager £32,000 - £82,000
£56,000
£45,000 - £60,000
PR Officer
£25,000 - £45,000
£32,000
£30,000 - £40,000
PR Executive
£22,000 - £35,000
£30,000
£25,000 - £30,000
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