Medical device company trends: Medtech workers paid better than peers, according to Feds

April 5, 2013 by MassDevice staff

Newly released figures from the Bureau of Labor & Statistics show that medical device company employees are higher paid than their counterparts in other industries, especially at the highest levels.

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Workers in the Medical device industry earn, in general, higher salaries than their counterparts across American business, according figures recently released by the Federal Bureau of Labor & Statistics.

The good news for medtech starts at the top, where executives and top line managers earn an annual mean salary of $139,620, about 21% higher than their counterparts in business who earn $114,850 on average.

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