Compare your newspaper's salaries with those of other SNPA members - FREE
Publishers and human resources directors at daily newspapers can compare salaries paid at their papers – no cost – by participating in the 2017 SNPA Salary Survey. Questionnaires must be returned to the SNPA office by Wednesday, April 19.
Publishers who share data for this important study will receive a benchmarking report the first week of June that looks at salaries and wages of department heads and non-supervisory staff.
Participants will not only receive a PDF with the survey results, but also an Excel spreadsheet – making it easier to compare your data against the SNPA average.
The questionnaire, which is in the form of an Excel spreadsheet, is designed for daily newspapers. The spreadsheet format makes it easy for newspapers to take part with a minimum amount of time on the part of their staffs.