ISM's 2011 Salary Survey determines average salaries in the supply management profession

Source: ISM

Jun 15, 2011

The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) surveyed supply management professionals during January and February 2011 to determine average salaries in the supply management profession. This report presents the results of that survey based upon salaries earned during the 2010 calendar year. The full report is available online to members of ISM. The full report provides breakdowns of salary by job title, years of experience, education level, certification status, buying responsibility, state of residency and other factors. Demographic information on the respondents is also reported.

The average annual compensation for supply management professionals who responded to the survey was $103,664 (which includes wages, bonuses and other income received before taxes and deductions). The average salary for the men who responded was $112,952, compared with $90,200 for women respondents. The median salary was $87,000, with the highest salary reported at $683,000 and the lowest at $16,000. In all, 38% of respondents reported earning $100,000 or more.

Learn more about ISM’s 2011 Salary Survey.

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