2019 IFT Employment and Salary Survey

David Orgel

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    Food science remains a career in high demand, with rising salaries and substantial job satisfaction, according to the results of the latest Institute of Food Technologists’ Employment and Salary Survey.

    The findings show ongoing progress on the compensation side, with median salary up 3.2% between 2017 and 2019. They also show impacts by gender, generation, company size, region, and other factors.

    The survey was conducted in January of this year and was based on year-end 2019 data. As a result, th…

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    About the Author

    David Orgel is a business journalist and consultant ([email protected]).

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