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Re: Entercom imposes contract on AFTRA
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From: "tony schinella" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 7:04 PM
Subject: Re: Entercom imposes contract on AFTRA
> The point is, what will
> you do to work in an industry you want to work in? Some people have to
> pay cuts or freezes to fend layoffs. Isn't it worth it if you love your
> Sure beats working at Home Depot.
The other point is that it used to be that working in a market like Boston
was something people would aspire to. You had made really made it if you
got a job at a station like WRKO. Usually it took several years in the
business to get there. It wasn't a job like working at Home Depot. Today,
it's not much more than that.
As far as salary surveys go: In most industries they are done by
professional associations or industry publications and depend upon voluntary
participation by people working in the industry. As a result, they are not
entirely accurate but they give someone a decent idea of industry averages
when negotiating pay.
-- Dan Billings, Bowdoinham, Maine