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Salaries Settled by Book Printing Company
Origin:Image Printing  Data: 4/30/2011  Keywords: Book Printing Company

Within book printing there is a great variation in salaries and no trade-wide statistics are available. Estimates of the typical starting salary in book printing in 2007 were around 18,000 pounds.

Traditionally, the many junior jobs in book printing, particularly in editorial, have low start salaries, in part a consequence of large numbers chasing few jobs. Some people argue that the incidence of low pay and the high proportion of female employment at junior levels are not unconnected. Those who move jobs on a regular basis may find they have increased their salaries above the levels of those who are content to stay for a long time in the same company. The law of supply and demand affects salaries across different types of book printing. For example, book printing company wanting staff with a humanities background have a large choice and tend to pay lower salaries than legal and medical book printing company, which may find it difficult to recruit staff with the relevant academic qualifications or experience. Moreover, some people like to work in areas which they see as having intrinsic interest and accept lower salaries than if they worked in other fields of book printing. This has applied particularly to those in the literary and prestigious end of book printing. On the marketing and sales side, salaries have been approaching those of general commerce; but at the top end, the salaries of most directors of book printing companies do not equate with those earned by the heads of large fast-moving consumer goods industries. At the very top, chief executives earn salaries many times those of the lowest paid staff, in some cases more than 15 times.  

At the time of writing there is much speculation about the arrival of the EBook and the potential of an iPod type device that will transform the industry of hardcover book printing. Other industries such as music and photography have been fundamentally altered by digital developments. Paradoxically, in the case of the book, internet bookselling and digital printing have so far helped the sale and survival of minority interest titles in print form. The printed book scores over other communications media by its permanence, portability, robustness, browse ability, accessibility, overall general convenience, physical attractiveness, status in society and relative cheapness. It has no need for a power source, an after-sales service or maintenance and, unlike electronic media; it transcends ever-changing and dating technologies. Book printing, as a long-established industry, has a worldwide distribution system through which its output can be traded in a continuing and largely regulated and controlled way. But publishers have to compete vigorously against other forms of entertainment, learning processes and information sources. Their primary business model is based overwhelmingly on the copy sale of books: complete packages of information. The business model of learned journal publishing is based on selling subscriptions to academic libraries. The secondary business model is licensing various rights in author works to others.

These business models are relatively stable and recession resistant in comparison to that of the newspaper and magazine publishers, dependent on fluctuating advertising revenues. The effect of EPOS installations was that booksellers placed smaller orders more frequently (provided that a title was stocked in the first place) and expected faster deliveries. Nielsen Book Scan collects the sales data by title from almost all of the different kinds of book retailers from across the country and from internet booksellers, and produces various bestseller charts which are published in The Bookseller weekly. Data is also sold to interested parties. Thus, for example, book printing company can not only monitor the sales performance of their own titles C their rise and fall C but also that of competitors.

 
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