How do you ask for a raise when you find out the average salary for your position is a lot higher than your current salary.
What would this fine community say, are wages for copywriting/creatives increasing with inflation? Or are people still making the same general starting point salaries they were a few years ago?
LA Senior Producer - what are you making? Going to push for promotion in the next year and want to be prepared.
Does anyone know the salary for a sales planner/person that helps the sales team with RFPs at a ad tech company? Or what this position is even called in the industry?
Getting promoted for second time within a year. Yr and a half experience. How do I ask for a raise when I went from 35 to 45 already but still feel underpaid for my role!?!
Relocation packages - I’m interviewing on the west coast and have no idea how relo works. A recruiter reached out to me so I assume it will be part of the salary discussion / offer.
I’m at a small agency in a mid-size city & make $40k. I took on more responsibility outside of the creative department (sometimes seasonal, other times more perm). Is it fair to ask for a 12.5% raise?
I’m a Jr AD and I will have my first interview for a Sr position in a healthcare agency at NY. If they ask me for my salary range, what should I said? How much should I expect to be offered? Thanks
Would you accept a lower than expected salary if you know you’ll gain experience in an area you lack in and it would also look great on your resume/potentially level up your career? 90k in Palo Alto.
Salary expectations for a retouching manager for a boutique luxury hand bag company. Role: supervise my own network of freelance retouchers for large seasonal shoots.
I’m an Account Sup at $78K at a healthcare agency in NYC. Most would say I’m high performing here too. Am I underpaid?