In our Survey of Wages and Marketing Technology 2019 we analyzed salary prospects in the United States. marketing landscape in order to create a reference reference for industry professionals.
Previously, we had planned to remunerate marketing by means of a overall goal by examining the accumulated wages worldwide. This time, we explored marketing salaries in the United States to highlight the trends of the majority, identify major disparities and draw our attention to changing roles in the digital industry.
The majority of survey participants identified themselves as one of the following types of marketing-related roles:
Digital Marketing / E-Commerce MarketingMarketing OperationsMarketing Marketing Technology ( Combined) Marketing Technology / Marketing Computer Technologist / MarketingAssistant / Consultant
Of the 673 survey respondents in the US, 26% reported earning between $ 50,000 and $ 74,000, excluding bonuses and additional remuneration. Almost a quarter of respondents (24%) reported a salary range of $ 75,000 to $ 99,000. Only 6% of respondents reported earning more than $ 200,000 a year.
Of the 33% of respondents reporting having more than 10 years of experience in marketing, the pay distribution was equally split between those who earned between $ 50,000 and $ 99,000 and between $ 100,000 and $ 149,000. Some 11% earn more than $ 200,000 a year, almost 6% less than the percentile national income .
Nationally, it is not surprising that California and New York State are the most profitable regions for 48% and 51% of respondents who reported a salary greater than $ 100,000, respectively.
In Washington alone, 57% of marketers surveyed earned more than $ 100,000 a year – a clear indication of the prolificness of the region (especially Seattle) in marketing roles.
In our next round of wage surveys, we will dive into wage gaps that further divide demographic and gender disparities in the labor market. 39, digital marketing industry.
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Taylor Peterson is the Associate Editor of Third Door Media, which maintains a cover of foreground that informs and inspires marketers. Based in New York, Taylor brings creative marketing and agency advertising expertise to global brands. Taylor's editorial focus combines digital marketing and creative strategy with themes such as campaign management, emerging formats and display advertising.