Propel has partnered with The Drum to launch its seventh Digital Salary & Industry Insights survey.
The research, which last year compiled the submissions from over 1800 respondents, will look at everything from contract rates through to full time salaries. All types of agencies will be covered such as affiliates, content management, social, technology commercial and search amongst more.
Data will be broken down even further by seniority with junior being defined as some with between 0-3 years experience and non management; mid-level as 3-7 years experience in a mid-management role and senior as someone with 8+ years experience at a senior management level. C-level is classed as someone who is a country manager, director or has board level status.
"This year we are taking the research to a new level, looking not only at salary comparisons between level of seniority and skill set, but also offering insight into the factors that drive engagement of talent at all levels of your business," said James Webb, managing director of Propel London. "Attracting and retaining talent is, we believe, the most important consideration for business operating in the digital economy. We hope this piece of research will help businesses do just that."
The UK’s creative industries are now worth £76.9 billion per year to the UK economy, according to research by the Creative Industries. As this equates to £8.8m per hour, or £146,000 every single minute, the industry plays a key role in the UK’s economy.
The survey is available for completion here.