February 02, 2011

It pays to be the boss—supervisory wages in 2009

Team leader and supervisory civilian workers, mean annual earnings, selected management occupations, 2009
Occupation and supervisory hierarchy Mean annual earnings

Management occupations

 

Team leader

$75,485

First line

$84,460

Second line

$118,880

Third line

$208,510

General and operations managers

 

Team leader

$72,143

First line

$87,179

Second line

$122,284

Third line

$234,453

Financial managers

 

Team leader

$74,588

First line

$88,316

Second line

$120,811

Third line

$273,767

Engineering managers

 

Team leader

$106,833

First line

$117,756

Second line

$131,074

Third line

$160,554

These data featured in the TED article, It pays to be the boss—supervisory wages in 2009.

 

 

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