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Are you interested in accessing even more detailed data on the compensation of professionals involved in food science and technology? The complete 2015 Employment & Salary Survey Report is filled with detailed information, such as breakouts of salaries by region, job function, years of employment, and much more. This comprehensive report contains 40 tables and charts filled with valuable salary data that you won't get anywhere else! This is an invaluable resource for anyone employed in food science and technology.

The report is available FREE of charge to IFT members only.

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Take a look at some of the valuable information included in the full report:

  • Among U.S. members, men report a median salary of $105,000 and median total compensation (including cash bonus and stocks) of $118,500, compared to a median salary of only $79,000 and median total compensation of $84,000 among women
  • Median salaries held constant with the 2013 results, although men’s median salaries increased 2.9%
  • Geographic patterns in salaries have changed, with the highest medians reported in the West South Central region, and lowest in New England, East South Central, and the Other Pacific (excluding California) region

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