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As a social media manager, expect an average salary of £40,000. In March 2019, the average salary rose by £3,834 (23%).
Your responsibility as a social media manager will include some of the roles such as developing a social media strategy as well as setting goals to increase brand awareness and increase engagement, managing all social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram, developing and managing competitions and campaigns that promote your organisation and brand and writing engaging blog posts and articles.
As a media manager, you should expect a salary of £32,991 per year. However, your roles will involve you developing relevant content topics to reach the company's target customers and managing all published content such as images and videos, monitoring and responding to users in a social way while creating sales.
Yet, the average salary for media sales jobs is £32,500 along with the duties of selling newspapers and magazines, online publications, radio and television, outdoor billboards and digital screens for your target audiences.
Also, careers in film production hold an average pay of £35,112 per year. You will have the chance to manage budgets, hold meetings with all departments at the planning, execution and post-production stages of filming, and overseeing all aspects of the creative process and bringing them together. Moreover, since we mentioned the film industry, did you know that from 2014 to 2018 there was a decline in the number of actors, entertainers and presenters in the UK, from 47,000 to 37,000 professionals.
For actors specifically, their average salary varies throughout the UK. However, usually, it is around 100 pounds per day. Be warned that this is a very competitive sector so salaries in practice may be well below the averages in addition to the fact that there seems to be high seasonality in this line of work.
People say that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction plus a social media overreaction.