On the heels of 2015 being a banner year for earnings of sponsorship professionals, the results of IEG Sponsorship Report’s 21st annual salary survey paint a gloomier picture for 2016.
After industry salary increases rebounded to a pre-recession average of 6.3 percent last year, they have tumbled to 5.7 percent this year, the lowest raise percentage since 2011.
On top of that, fewer people received raises in 2016 than in the previous three years. Only 62 percent of sponsorship professionals got a pay boost this year compared to 71 percent last year.
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