10 Statistics from PRSA’s Work, Life & Gender Committee

 

In public relations, research is a key component to success. Research was conducted to answer some pressing questions: What age group is the most stressed out? Do public relations practitioners prefer to use rational action as a proactive conflict coping strategy? PRSA’s Work, Life and Gender Committee released these statistics from a 2010 national survey of PRSA membership. Here are the most interesting statistics:

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Research

Leaders exert significant influence on the success, future and image of their profession. Yet, only a few PR studies have explored this important topic.

One goal of the Plank Center is to build a research-based foundation of knowledge regarding the values, qualities and dimensions of excellent leadership, mentorship and diversity and inclusion in PR.