OnWardSearch releases an infographic showing the typical salaries for social media professionals. This and more in today's Daily Wrap.
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From the top 20 markets for social media professionals to the average salaries in the industry, OnWardSearch's latest infographic is a great illustration for those of you working in social media. Check out How Much Are Your Social Media Skills Worth? to see the full infographic.
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