MH&L Exclusive 2011 Salary Survey
The typical material handling and logistics manager is a white male, between 50-59 years old, has worked in the material handling and logistics industry for more than 25 years, lives and works in the Midwest, has a bachelor's degree, works for a wholesaler/distributor, received no bonus in 2010, and earns $81,016.
But as you’ll see in this special report, there’s nothing “typical” about the people who devote their careers to material handling and logistics.
Although the MH&L 2011 Salary Survey offers plenty of statistics, data can only paint a partial portrait. This exclusive report goes further, revealing the exact words of material handling and logistics managers as they reflect on their challenges, frustrations and accomplishments.
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MH&L’s exclusive 2011 Salary Survey finds that the average salary for material handling and logistics managers increased barely 1% from the previous year.
For many material handling and logistics managers, maintaining the status quo in 2010 was a step up from the recession years.
The data behind the 2011 MH&L Salary Survey
High-demand supply chain positions carry a greater expectation for professionals entering the field, putting a higher premium on education and on-the-job training.
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