Digital Managers Earn Twice As Much As Non-Digital Peers
Published: 19 Dec 2014 By Simon Lewis
If you are digital professional you are likely to earn a salary nearly double that of your non-digital peers, a recent report confirms.
Undertaken by Manchester-based marketing & digital recruitment agency, The Candidate, the report evaluated 150 senior level digital managers and upward, comparing them to their equivalent 150 non-digital peers. The results were startling. The report highlights a huge salary difference if you are a high achiever in digital compared to other professional careers. The study found the top tier managers in digital can earn a massive £55,000 more than those at the same level in a non-digital job.
The rise in prominence for digital professionals shows no sign of abating, either, with industry analysis showing that the sector requires nearly 300,000 recruits at professional, manager and associate professional level to fulfill growth potential and replacement by 2020.
Additional finding include the thought that PPC is taking over SEO and online marketing in terms of core skills for mid-senior-level digital marketing professionals. To read the report in full, click on the image below.
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