Programmer Salaries on the Rise Again

November 2011
Multichannel News;11/21/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 44, p26
The article presents the result of the 2011 Compensation Survey conducted by the Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association (CTHRA) in the U.S. The survey shows that salaries of cable programmers are starting to increase in 2011 due to the increased optimism to higher advertising revenue. According to CTHRA executive director Pamela Williams, the survey indicates that firms are utilizing their available cash to attract and retain the talents they need for business growth.


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