Study: Traffic Directors' Workloads Up, Job Satisfaction Down
January 16, 2007 at 5:46 AM (PT)
The TRAFFIC DIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA's fifth annual study of traffic and continuity departments in radio and TV showed workloads increasing 14% and a 7% drop in the level of job satisfaction from the previous year.
Commercial radio average salaries were slightly down in 2006 from just over $40,000 to just about $40,000, while public radio salaries rose from an average of about $35,000 to close to $40,000.
The report is available to members only in the resource library at tdga.org.