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Industrial Production Managers

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Earnings

Median annual earnings for industrial production managers were $67,320 in 2002. The middle 50 percent earned between $50,710 and $88,880. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $38,980, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $114,750. Median annual earnings in the manufacturing industries employing the largest numbers of industrial production managers in 2002 were:

  • Management of companies and enterprises $89,570
  • Semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing $78,070
  • Motor vehicle parts manufacturing $73,570
  • Plastics products manufacturing $60,720
  • Printing and related support activities $59,270

Related Occupations

Industrial production managers oversee production staff and equipment, ensure that production goals and quality standards are being met, and implement company policies. Occupations requiring similar training and skills are engineers, management analysts, operations research analysts, top executives, and industrial engineers, including health and safety.

 

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