The 2023 Digital Salary Survey is here!
We are delighted to announce the launch of the 2023 Digital Salary Survey report!
Featuring some brand new insights and topics for this year, we hope that digital professionals everywhere will find the report valuable and are able to take away some interesting data to share with their teams.
This year, we looked at:
- Salary benchmarking (of course)
- Salary changes from 2022 – 2023
- The digital recruitment process and nurturing talent
- Growth within the digital industry
- Employee trends such as work-life balance, returning to the office and job satisfaction
- Diversity & Inclusion
Before you start your FREE download, we wanted to give you a taste of what is to come…
Average salaries have increased
We are pleased to report that average digital salaries have increased across all age groups from £50,698 in 2022, to £55,334 this year.
Could it be that digital companies are accommodating for the financial changes and economic uncertainty that we are facing? Find out for FREE in the full report.
The digital industry appears to be male dominated
Our results show that 74% of respondents are male, 24% are female and 2% are transgender or gender neutral. Although these results differ slightly from last year, it still looks like the digital industry is male dominated.
The may be surprised when looking at the seniority by gender results – take a look!
Digital leadership teams are lacking diversity
We asked our respondents to share their thoughts about diversity and inclusion, specifically in their teams. When asked ‘On a scale of 1-10, how diverse is your leadership team’ the overall score was 4.8, which is shockingly low for such an accessible industry.
If you’re interested in finding out which specific groups of people are represented well – or not so well, download your free copy today!
Don’t delay, download the report today!
The wait is finally over! You can download your own FREE copy of the 2023 Digital Salary Survey today. Keep it for yourself or share with your friends or colleagues who may find it interesting!
Make sure you keep an eye on our blog as we will be releasing insights from the report, and some special never-seen-before results too.
Thank you for reading, and we can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this year’s report.
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