Salary for Supply Chain Managers

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Supply chain managers are responsible for all aspects of receiving, operations planning, and distribution within a given company. They may negotiate prices and delivery times with goods providers, and design or revise the supply chain process within a company to reduce time and material waste in an effective manner. They may also participate in the recruitment, hiring and training of supply chain employees. Significant working knowledge of operations management and warehouse management are required for this position. A Bachelor's degree is generally a prerequisite for supply chain managers.

A Supply Chain Manager will normally get a salary somewhere between 80000 to 120000 depending on the level of education. Supply Chain Managers will normally receive wages of One Hundred Four Thousand Seven Hundred dollars on an annual basis.

Supply Chain Managers can get the best pay in the District of Columbia, where they can get pay of about $124070. People with this job title can get the best pay in Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction, where they can receive average wages of $124280.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 28.05 percent nationwide in that time.


Supply Chain Managers tend to make the most in the following industries:

Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Management of Companies and Enterprises

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Retail Trade
Accommodation and Food Services
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Health Care and Social Assistance
Other Services (except Public Administration)
Educational Services