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Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Public Relations

Industry: Public Relations
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Salary Data (?
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Bachelor's Degree
396 salaries
$30,854 - $92,488  
   
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Communication
60 salaries
$31,627 - $106,282  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Public Relations (PR)
29 salaries
$30,521 - $80,000  
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
24 salaries
$30,017 - $98,500  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Public Relations (PR)
24 salaries
$30,339 - $62,500  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Political Science (PolySci)
22 salaries
$32,477 - $127,233  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Journalism & Mass Communication
19 salaries
$28,000 - $124,775  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Journalism
18 salaries
$32,317 - $121,812  
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
14 salaries
$38,500 - $150,000  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Communication
10 salaries
$31,302 - $99,329  
Associate's Degree
10 salaries
$14,497 - $69,531  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), English Literature
10 salaries
$34,228 - $248,323  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Economics
9 salaries
$30,000 - $59,000  
Bachelor's Degree, Communication
9 salaries
$31,750 - $57,500  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Business & Marketing
8 salaries
$32,351 - $66,819  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), History
7 salaries
$29,479 - $60,000  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), English Language
6 salaries
$34,392 - $51,395  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Political Science (PolySci)
5 salaries
$42,125 - $67,868  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Sociology
5 salaries
$35,000 - $59,933  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Administration
5 salaries
$57,391 - $112,500  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Journalism
5 salaries
$36,500 - $70,000  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 27 Feb 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 469

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