Today, the Next Level Purchasing Association launched its sixth annual “Purchasing & Supply Management Salaries” Report!
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:
- If you’re already an NLPA member: Simply log into the Members Area of the NLPA website at http://www.NextLevelPurchasing.com/login.html, then go to the “Library” tab, and you’ll find a link to the report right there.
- If you’re not yet an NLPA member: Sign up for a free Basic Membership at http://www.NextLevelPurchasing.com/procurement-association.php. You’ll immediately receive an email with directions for downloading the report.