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November
2017
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#StateofPR: tell the story of public relations in 2017

The PR industry's most authoritative and established survey is back for 2017.

For the ninth consecutive year, the CIPR's State of the Profession research will reveal the pressing issues and trends impacting public relations.

Open to members and non-members, the survey will gather benchmarking data on a range of issues including salaries, skills, recruitment trends and diversity.

Jason MacKenzie FCIPR Found.Chart.PR, CIPR President
From gender pay to emerging areas of practice, State of the Profession offers unparalleled analysis of the big issues affecting public relations.

I urge everyone in public relations - members and non-members, junior and senior - to take part and help us tell the story of public relations in 2017.
Jason MacKenzie FCIPR Found.Chart.PR, CIPR President

Whether you're on your mobile, tablet or desktop, the survey will take between 10 and 15 minutes to complete.

The CIPR will pledge 50p for every completed survey to the charity iprovision (to a maximum of £250). Respondents can also enter a prize draw to win a new iPad.

Start the survey