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Convene Salary Survey 2012


VICE PRESIDENT SALARY RANGES (percentage of VPs responding) $111,786 Average


462714+9+4A 84646A 64+36A 22145014A


AGE 48 Average


9% 60 and older


45.5% 50 to 59 45.5% 40 to 49


GENDER


64% Female 36% Male


46% More than $125,000 27% $100,000–$124,999 14% $85,000–$99,999 9% $70,000–$84,999 5% No answer


the best


‘Helping to create an event and paint a picture of it to potential registrants that makes them want to attend, and then working toward actualizing that picture as the attendee experiences it.’


‘I love how nothing ever stays the same. Every year offers new challenges, new destinations, new technology. Keep it coming!’


the worst


‘Conference attendance is in serious decline as our target audience now chooses free online education. My job now focuses on that instead and I’m disappointed.’


HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION


23% Post-graduate degree 14% Some post-graduate 50% College graduate 14% Some college


‘Continually having to explain why our meetings and conferences aren’t as valuable to hotels and convention centers as our board and executive staff believe them to be. We tend to be meeting space hogs, with smaller room blocks.’


58 PCMA CONVENE JUNE 2012


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