Holiday cheer

December 1999
Advertising Age;12/13/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 51, p52
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the result of the annual Salary Survey special Report which was published by Advertising Age in December 1999. Raises for the ad agency rank-and-file are likely to average 6.6% in 2000, bettering the 6.4% average last year's survey predicted for 1999. Bonuses, according to survey results, will average 8.3% of base pay for mainstream agency employees, up from a projected 7.9% a year ago. Hiring is up; total employment in the agency field is up.


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