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Money talks

Old ways of thinking won’t increase diversity in the publishing industry

Editor’s Note

For this issue’s salary survey (starting p. 18), we a sked t he publishing i ndustry whether their companies offer internship programs. Approximately 71 per cent of respondents confirmed that their companies do, with 68.2 per cent of those being paid positions. This was the first time we asked in a survey about internships, so previous years’ numbers are unavailable for comparison, but I have to imagine that government crackdowns over unpaid labour – particularly in Ontario, where the majority of publishing companies reside – have resulted in favourable changes in terms of compensation and employee protection.

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