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Mondo Reports on Digital Marketing Professional Salaries for 2014: Chief Digital Officer Tops List With $280K Salary

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- Chief Digital Officers topped the list of the highest paid digital marketing professionals ($148,000-280,000), according to new report from Mondo (www.mondo.com), a leading digital marketing and IT resourcing provider. The other top- paying positions include: Chief Marketing Technologist ($140,000-241,000) and Chief Marketing Officer ($142,000-230,000).

"The demand for digital marketing professionals is surging, and will rise 38% this year, with particularly strong demand for UI/UX experts, marketing automation professionals and mobile app developers," said Laura McGarrity, Vice President of Marketing for Mondo. "With 53 new technologies released between 2013 and 2014, and that number expected to double in 2015, it is more important than ever for marketing executives to make the right hire."

In addition to executive positions, the top salaries for digital marketing professionals include:

Creative Services & Production

  • Director, Creative Services ($75,000-170,000)
  • Director, Art ($67,000-135,000)
  • Interactive Designer ($73,000-113,000)

Digital and Interactive

  • Director, Digital Marketing ($128,000-190,000)
  • Director, eCommerce ($100,000-166,000)
  • UI/UX Architect ($103,000-155,000)

Content Creation & Social Media

  • Digital Content Strategist ($80,000-125,000)
  • Content Producer ($58,000-105,000)
  • Director, Social Media ($42,000-105,000)

Operations

  • Lead Generation Specialist ($98,000-140,000)
  • Manager, Marcom ($90,000-140,000)
  • Email Marketing Specialist ($78,000-130,000)

McGarrity added, "With the hottest positions trending in SEO/SEM, content marketing, big data, marketing automation, lead generation, creative, social media, and eCommerce, it is critical that marketing leaders get ahead of the demand for the most skilled talent to support these emerging trends."

This salary data is based on thousands of Mondo placements for digital marketing professionals over the past year, in New York City, San Francisco, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Denver, Boston, Chicago, Dallas and Ft. Lauderdale.

About Mondo
Mondo, a leading digital marketing and IT resourcing provider, has more than a 13 year track record of delivering access to highly specialized digital marketing and IT professionals. Mondo is uniquely qualified to help both CIOs and CMOs with their accelerating technology demands and find the highly skilled resources to match those needs. Its customers include Deutsche Bank, Facebook, NBC Universal, and NYU Medical Center. Headquartered in New York City, Mondo has offices in San Francisco, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Denver, Boston, Chicago, Ft. Lauderdale and Dallas. To learn more, visit www.mondo.com and connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and Google+.

For more media information, contact:
Lisa Hendrickson
LCH Communications for Mondo
516-767-8390
516-643-1642 (cell)
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