Salary for Loss Prevention Managers

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Used primarily in retail establishments, loss prevention specialists work to prevent theft by conducting employee trainings regarding loss prevention, investigating incidents of theft, and creating a company-wide loss prevention program. They may also analyze raw retail data in order to spot suspicious trends. By assessing security needs and staying abreast of the latest security technology, they help to diminish theft in retail establishments. When dealing with cases of external fraud or theft, or with larger internal cases, they may cooperate with law enforcement agencies. Among their more mundane duties, loss prevention managers review paperwork and system related errors that lead to shortages. Several years' experience in the security sector, as well as some specialized training and a knowledge of current theft and loss prevention technology is often required for this occupation.

A Loss Prevention Manager can get an average wage on a scale from $56,330 - $197,270 based on tenure level. usually get an average wage of one hundred and twenty-three thousand nine hundred and eigthy dollars every year.

have the highest salaries in District of Columbia, where they earn compensation, on average, of close to $155,020. Professionals that work in these jobs make the highest salary in Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services, where they can get average job salaries of $154,100.

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Loss Prevention Managers tend to make the most in the following industries:

Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Finance and Insurance
Management of Companies and Enterprises

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Accommodation and Food Services
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Retail Trade
Educational Services
Health Care and Social Assistance