Average sales rep pay hits $30,444; up 12.8% over '79

February 1982
Marketing News;2/5/1982, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that average salaries for experienced sales representatives reached $30,444 in 1981. This was reported by the Dartnell Institute of Financial Research in Chicago. Salaries have increased 109% in the last decade. The average salary for semi experienced sales representatives have increased to $23,807, an increase of $2,407 in two years. Trainees have enjoyed the largest pay hike. It also revealed that the experienced sales representatives in Canada did not fare well when compared to their U.S. counterparts.


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