Explore the 2013 AdMonsters Salary Survey

The 2013 edition of the AdMonsters Salary Survey is here! The survey explores over 30 data points on ad operations roles within publishers, agencies, networks and solutions companies from over 310 respondents around the world, and provides data on salaries by position, seniority, geographic area, number of reports, as well as historical trends and other key findings. 

The 2013 AdMonsters Salary Survey is required reading for ad ops practitioners, leaders, hiring managers, recruiters and anyone else interested in the state of OPS in 2013. In this year’s report, you’ll discover what drives salary increases and what doesn’t, which year is the critical year to recognize and incentivise employees to stay, base and total salary information by regions and much more. 

The full Salary Survey report is available for free to all paid AdMonsters Members. If you’re not yet a member, consider joining today to get access to all of our premium content throughout the year (including this survey and others), conference content, webcasts, as well as other Members-only networking features. Join today for only $199/year. 

 Click here for access to the full version of the report that includes:

  • Base and total salary for:
    • US + Canadian publishers
    • US Ad Networks
    • US Agencies
  • Base salary based on:
    • Years of experience
    • By number of direct reports
    • By sign-off authority
    • By vacation days according to title
    • 2012 vs 2013 US salary of US publishers by title
  • Base and total salary by region, including:
    • NYC
    • California (including San Francisco and LA)
    • San Francisco
    • Chicago
    • Boston
    • Florida
    • Seattle
    • Los Angeles
    • Canada
  • International data includes:
    • Base and total salary for UK
    • Base and total salary by years of experience for UK
    • Base and total salary by direct reports for UK
    • Base and total salary by title for Australia
  • Top Trends and Key Findings
Not ready to become a paid member? Then simply register on our site to download a free summary version of the full report. This shorter version of the full report includes:
  • Base salary for US and Canadian publishers
  • Base and total salary for US Agencies
  • Base and total salary for UK
  • Base and total salary by years of experience for UK
  • Base and total salary by direct reports for UK
  • Base and total salary by title for Australia

 

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Joining the AdMonsters' team in December 2012, Joshua has a creative knack for writing, and an even deeper love for learning new things -- including the world of digital advertising. Formerly an editorial assistant at TheRoot.com, a leading online, African-American news website, Joshua spends his time scouring for the latest and most influential news on ads and ad-operations for AdMonsters. In addition to his tenure in the editorial world, Joshua spent a year trampling over pitches and press releases while part of a D.C.-based lifestyle PR firm. 

Hailing from Texas, Joshua spent his most recent years in the nation's capital., graduating with a master of arts from Georgetown University, before packing up and trekking to Brooklyn, N.Y. When off the Clock, Joshua enjoys gallery-hopping  and wallowing in the fresh-cut grass at Central Park's Sheep Meadow. 

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