The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in more modest pay increases last year and slower compensation growth is expected to continue in 2021, according to data from The Content & Connectivity Human Resources (C2HR) Association’s annual compensation surveys, conducted by The Croner Company.

Content developers have been much harder hit than connectivity providers buoyed by broadband, and that plays out in survey results.

The Croner Company conducted three Pulse surveys in March, July and November to gather supplemental insights on essential workers, changes to compensation, COVID’s impact on salary budgets and return to office/geographic pay. Companies responded to the crisis by reducing executive pay, offering additional paid time off, extending healthcare benefits and establishing salary floors.

C2HR is an industry association serving HR professionals in the technology, media & entertainment industry. The C2HR annual benchmark surveys provide market data on pay for a full suite of content developer and cable provider jobs.

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