2013 SNPA Salary Survey now available
Seventy-two SNPA members shared data for the 2013 Salary Survey, which is now available from the SNPA office.
The survey includes information about department heads and supervisors, as well as salary and wage information for non-supervisory and hourly employees.
Free copies of the report have been sent to publishers of participating newspapers. Publishers of SNPA member newspapers that did not share data for the study can purchase the report for $150. The non-member fee to purchase the study is $300.
Additional information: Cindy Durham, firstname.lastname@example.org or (404) 256-0444.
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