Logistics Management 2012 Salary Survey
May 01, 2012
The same can’t be said for moving from one geographic area to another; however, as our survey shows, working in the nation’s heartland has some clear economic advantages. Not only is the cost of living lower there, the concentration of manufacturing and heavy industry remains rooted in this region. While not leading the pack in base salary levels, 36 percent of this year’s respondents came from the Midwest, earning an average of $106,835. The Southeast earned the highest average salary at $117,100, New England respondents earned an average $109,575, and the West earned an average $102,465.
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