Survey reveals marketers are overworked and undervalued.
The gender pay gap persists across all levels of seniority in marketing, according to Marketing Week’s Career and Salary Survey 2015, with men earning 21% more than women on average – equivalent to an extra £7,298 each year.
Marketers at FMCG brands take home the highest salary on average (£47,106), according to Marketing Week’s Career and Salary Survey 2015.
The Global Alliance for Responsible Media’s new report into digital brand safety performance is a “notable milestone” for the industry, says Isabel Massey, but that does not mean marketers can rest on their laurels.
In an age of image fatigue, audio is fast becoming a favoured medium for brands looking to up the emotional engagement.
Marketers are less advanced on sustainability than their businesses as a whole, so with the backing of brands including Diageo, Mastercard, Tesco and Unilever, the WFA has launched Planet Pledge to help bridge the gap.
Procter & Gamble saw a 5% revenue increase and credits this to “doubling down” on marketing and innovation over the past year.