From PR to editorial to influencing, 2,000 industry professionals told us their salaries.
Even as salary transparency becomes more commonplace, the fashion industry largely remains shrouded in mystery when it comes to what people make. It's an industry built on wealth and privilege, but that isn't always reflected in employees' actual salaries, especially for those just starting out in their careers.
To find out what people in fashion really make, we once again surveyed about 2,000 of our readers, who come from all experience levels, company sizes and segments of the industry, including retail, styling, editorial, PR, marketing, photography, product development and even influencing. We compiled all of our findings into a report that breaks down average salaries for about every job title and experience level you can think of, plus how factors like location, gender identity and company size impact them. For instance, on average, New York-based employees make a little more than those based in Los Angeles; and a VP in PR could make four times the salary of a PR assistant.
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