San Francisco agencies work harder to recruit

Cuneo, Alice Z.
June 2000
Advertising Age;6/26/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 27, p26
Trade Publication
Reports that advertising agencies in San Francisco, California are redoubling their efforts to recruit entry-level staffers. Incentives for those who bring in new talent; Re-evaluation of training and salary scales for new employees; Warning by advertising organizations that salaries must be raised to prevent talent from going to other industries; How entry-level salaries in advertising compare with ad executives' pay.


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