Are you paid the right amount?

We’re conducting the UK’s largest industry-wide salary survey so you can see how your pay stacks up against your peers, colleagues and even your bosses. And we need you help

We’re conducting the UK’s largest industry-wide salary survey so you can see how your pay stacks up against your peers, colleagues and even your bosses. And we need you help

Along with our sister brands, Design Week, Econsultancy and Marketing Week, we are carrying out a major survey into pay in the marketing, design and advertising industries. Once complete, not only will we report on and analyse the findings, we’ll also create an online salary benchmarking tool allowing you to directly compare yourself against the industry average across job type, location and specialism.

Find out the average salary for your current position and see how much making the next step in your career may be worth. Find out which sectors pay well, which don’t, which have seen the biggest year on year increase and which  provide the best benefits package.

The more people who take part, the more accurate and robust the survey will be so we would very much like your help. And we’ll enter you into a prize draw to win £250 of Amazon vouchers and more importantly ensure you’re one of the first to see the results when they are released in January.

To take the CR Salary Survey, please click here

 

Please note this survey is kept in the strictest confidence and your email is only required for the purpose of the prize draw or priority distribution of the Salary Survey 2014 as indicated by your response in the survey questions.

 

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