Lecture in Progress has announced the launch of a new survey on the UK creative industry as part of their aim to help inform and inspire the next generation of creative talent. Key findings will be published on on Lecture in Progress and It’s Nice That in the spring.
Lecture in Progress is an online resource offering advice and insight into working in the creative industry. “One of the recurring themes raised by young creatives is what they can expect to earn,” the company explains. “And while a number of similar surveys already exist, this kind of information isn’t always easy to find or understand. We’d like to change this, and better reflect the full spectrum of creative professional experience.”
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