Purchasers progress in pay league

Mytton, Gareth
June 2006
Supply Management;6/8/2006, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p7
The article reports on a several survey that shows the advancement of purchasers in salaries as compared to other professions. According to the Purchasing and Supply R£wards 2006 survey from CIPS and Croner Reward, the average basic salary, excluding bonuses, for a purchasing director is 66,267 pounds, while a senior procurement manager earns on average of 56,000 pounds a year, and the senior/middle managers earn 44,000 pounds, indicating their progress in the pay league.


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