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US Publishing Pay Rose 2.8% In 2013

Posted at 8:34AM Wednesday 27 Aug 2014

The average pay raise for publishing employees in 2013 was 2.8%, according to PW's just-concluded salary survey. The percentage increase last year was the same as in 2012, when the survey also found that pay had risen by 2.8%.

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