Turnover is always an issue, more so in demand forecasting and planning as it requires a special skill set, making it difficult for companies to find qualified candidates. Additionally, companies invest heavily in training such professionals and so don’t want to lose them. There are a number of reasons people leave their job, the most important among them inadequate compensation. This benchmarking study shows what the market is offering in terms of salaries, and what must be done to keep them.

By Chaman L. Jain

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY
  • DATA USED
  • SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONALS (ALL INDUSTRIES ARE COMBINED)
  • SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONALS BY ACADEMIC DEGREE EARNED
  • SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONALS BY SALES VOLUME OF A COMPANY
  • TABLE 1 | SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONAL ALL INDUSTRIES COMBINED)
  • TABLE 2-4 | SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONALS BY INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 5 | SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONALS BY THEIR ACADEMIC DEGREE
  • TABLE 6 | SALARIES OF FORECASTING PROFESSIONALS BY COMPANY SALES VOLUME
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