July 2005
Marketing (00253650);7/13/2005, p75
Trade Publication
This section presents data related to the salaries of marketing executives in Great Britain. Top-level Surrey marketers are among the best-paid, taking home an average 55,110 pounds. Marketing directors are worst off in Hertfordshire, where they take home 42,000 pounds. The best average wage,38,989 pounds, is in North Hampshire, 34.4% above the national average.


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