It Pays to Be Male

Hatch, Sue; Baraban, Regina
November 2005
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p16
Trade Publication
Presents the results of a salary survey conducted by Meeting Professional International among its members in the U.S. in 2005. Average base salaries for men and women in the country; Overview of a sampling of U.S. meeting professionals' base salary by industry; Factor that contributed to the wage differences between the gender.


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