Today, the Next Level Purchasing Association launched its sixth annual “Purchasing & Supply Management Salaries” Report!

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In addition to the great salary statistics that you’ve come to expect from the NLPA, this report also reveals the potentially shocking answers to questions like:

  • Is 2016 the year that purchasing and supply management salaries have “hit the wall?”
  • What characteristic makes an average difference of over $20,000 in a purchasing and supply management professional’s annual pay?
  • Are female purchasing and supply management professionals advancing to management positions as readily as men?
  • And more!

Like every year, the NLPA’s salary research breaks new ground.  In compiling this year’s salary report and for the first time, the NLPA discovered:

  • How much of a difference a procurement department’s organizational structure (i.e., centralized vs. decentralized) affects pay
  • The one industry segment where buyers of direct goods and services make much more than buyers of indirect goods and services
  • A statistic that could very well be the indicator that the gender gap in pay may soon die a well-deserved death

With constant innovation, the NLPA’s purchasing and supply management salary reports continue to stand head and shoulders above any other procurement salary research available.  “Purchasing & Supply Management Salaries in 2016” is available at no charge to all NLPA members and – if you’re not a member – a Basic Membership doesn’t cost a cent either!

Here’s how to get your copy of the “Purchasing & Supply Management Salaries in 2016” report:

Enjoy!

Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2, SPSM3

Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2, SPSM3 is an internationally-recognized business expert, legendary procurement thought leader, award-winning entrepreneur, and provocative blogger. Charles founded the Next Level Purchasing Association in 2000, oversaw its incredible growth, and successfully led the organization to its acquisition by the Certitrek Group in 2016. He continues to blog and provide advisory services for the NLPA on a part-time basis as he incubates his upcoming business innovations. Charles is also the co-author of the wildly popular, groundbreaking book, "The Procurement Game Plan: Winning Strategies & Techniques For Supply Management Professionals."

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