Olivia Parker
Mar 15, 2018

Men in comms in APAC earn 28% more than women

A new report by Prospect and PublicAffairsAsia lays bare the extent of the pay gap between genders in the PR and communications industry in Asia Pacific.

Women in Asian PR are taking home $34,000 less per annum than men.

A new study reveals a major pay disparity between men and women in the communications and corporate affairs industry in Asia Pacific.

The 2018 State of the Industry report by Prospect and PublicAffairsAsia interviewed 67 professionals and surveyed a further 400 people in brands and agencies.

It discovered that on average, across the region, men earn US$156,000 per annum, while women earn $122,000. The gap is widest in Hong...

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