Combining our internal data and knowledge, we’ve created an informative guide to Creative employment that contains salary benchmarks.
At ADLIB, we’re always keeping close to market trends and how things can fluctuate between start-ups, scale-ups, agencies, SME’s and corporates. Here, we aim to provide an overall range of salaries based on a variety of roles.
There is difference between what we see in-house and agency and naturally the size and scope of an organisation which can impact salary. This doc provides the average bandings we see across different skillsets and all industries.
A recent study by The Design Council estimates that the design economy grew at twice the rate of the whole UK economy from 2010-2019. That’s a lot of growth and with it comes an increased demand for talent.
Creative roles of all kinds have seen a gradual uplift in salary and demand over the years with digital and conceptual skills remaining highly sought after.
Note: There are always factors to consider when assigning a salary to a role, such as the skill demand, the complexity of the role, how popular it is in the market, level of responsibility as well as what other benefits are on offer, such as remote working.