Sales Salaries Stay Flat

Triplett, Tim
February 2008
Metal Center News;Feb2008, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p68
Trade Publication
The article cites the service center sales compensation survey from "Metal Center News" in the U.S. The survey reveals that total earnings for sales professionals varied widely by region and company size. It shows that average salary, commission and bonus for outside salespeople totaled $74, 936 in 2007 from $74,966 in 2006, while compensation for inside salespeople averaged $58,287 from $58,681 in 2006.


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