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Find out how your situation compares to your peers. Based on two exclusive surveys, each drawing more than 3,000 responses from science of food professionals, the new report features comprehensive data on the compensation and career trends of professionals for a range of job titles and functions across multiple segments of the food industry, academia, government, and nonprofits.
See breakouts of salaries by geographic region, job function, years of employment, gender, race, and much more. This comprehensive report contains dozens of tables and charts filled with benchmark data that you won't find anywhere else! This is an invaluable resource for anyone employed in the science of food, as well as employers who wish to recruit future employees—or retain current ones.
This benchmark report is a free benefit for Premier and Student Members (and discounted for other membership levels).
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