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Convene Salary Survey 2012


MANAGER SALARY RANGES (percentage of managers responding) $66,781 Average


15+8+27+21248411A


AGE 40 Average


423283510A 90+10A 8959195A


GENDER


90% Female 10% Male


3.3% 60 and older


23.3% 50 to 59 28% 40 to 49


35.3% 30 to 39 10% 20 to 29


1% More than $125,000 5% $100,000–$124,999 8% $85,000–$99,999


27% $70,000–$84,999 21% $60,000–$69,999 24% $50,000–$59,999 8% $40,000–$49,999 4% $30,000–$39,999 1% Less than $30,000 1% No answer


the best


‘It’s never the same — the players change, and being a pharma planner now, I love dealing with compliance. As crazy as that sounds!’


‘Mentoring novice meeting planners to be the best they can be in industry with an emphasis on ethics. Developing long-term relationships with sponsors, vendors, service providers, hotels, and venues with the common goal of successful events in all categories.’


the worst


‘External perception that anyone can plan meetings; multiple layers of decision makers; hazy boundaries about perks.’


HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION


9% Post-graduate degree 9% Some post-graduate 59% College graduate 19% Some college 5% High-school graduate


‘Everything — making coffee, helping old people print boarding passes, micromanagement, little meetings, not a lot of travel, whiners and complainers, and people acting like I make the food.’


62 PCMA CONVENE JUNE 2012


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