February 2007
Marketing (00253650);2/28/2007, p75
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to the salary of marketing executives. The ratio of men to women in marketing roles increases significantly with rank. Fewer than 20% of top marketers are female, earning an average salary of £61,000 compared with £75,000 for their male counterparts. At positions below senior product manager level, the ratio of women to men increases.


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