November 2007
Marketing (00253650);11/7/2007, p87
Trade Publication
The article presents information on salary structures of advertising managers in Great Britain. The best-paid region for those in the role is London, England, with an average salary of £61,000, while the least-paid is Scotland at £50,000. Advertising managers working in the oil- and gas-extraction sector are the highest paid overall.


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