2022 Print Industries Wage + Benefits Report Released
The Print Industries Wage + Benefits Survey, which annually captures labor costs and human resource practices from nearly 500 print manufacturers and 15,000 employees across North America, is now available to members of Americas Printing Association Network (APAN), an independent group of associations representing nearly 5,000 North American print manufacturers and their equipment and technology partners
“In today’s hyper-competitive labor market, access to these up-to-date compensation data and trends are critical tools for those charged with managing a print workforce,” commented Teresa Campbell, APAN programs director and President of PIA MidAmerica. Sponsored by LB Carlson, a financial and business management consulting firm, the Wage + Benefits 2022 Survey captures wages for most industry positions in sixteen categories, segmented by region and company size.
Teresa Campbell along with print manufacturing business and financial leaders will host a webinar on November 15, 2022, offering insights and analysis on the results of the 2022 Wage + Benefits Survey as well as the 2022 Print Industries Sales Compensation Survey results. Program leaders will share key aspects of the data, offering insights and analysis on how the results of the 2022 Sales Compensation and Wage + Benefits Surveys are applicable to the real-world challenges of managing today’s print workforce. Purchase copies of both results reports and register for the webinar.
About the Publishers
The Wage + Benefits Report and new Sales Compensation 2022 Report are developed in collaboration with the Americas Print Association Network, an independent group of associations representing 5,000 North American print manufacturers and their equipment and technology partners. To locate your regional association, go to www.printindustries.org/partner-search. Print Industries is a workforce development organization serving the advanced manufacturing sectors of print and graphic communications, offering industry advocacy, career guidance, and experiential learning resources to inspire, recruit, and train our next generation workforce. More at www.printindustries.org.