When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($103K per year) can be spotted in Chicago, Ill.; Atlanta, Ga. (around $76K), Milwaukee, Wisc. (about $65K), and New Windsor, N.Y. ($55K) are the next top-paying cities. At approximately $41K, Austin, Texas is home to some of the lowest pay in the country. By state, the highest pay levels are found in Illinois, where the average American Cancer Society (ACS) employee makes $103K annually.
Years of Experience
Workers who have been with the company for more than one year but less than five can make about $49K per year on average. Those who have five to nine years of work experience see average salaries of approximately $56K annually. When we consider tenure, a substantial portion of employees (36 percent) have been working for 10-19 years and make $77K per year on average.
Senior Operations Managers are the best paid with the average salary hovering at around $83K annually; Communications Managers, Non-Profit Development Managers, and Non-Profit Program Managers also rank near the top of the list, pulling in $70K, $55K, and $52K, respectively. With salaries averaging $42K, Community Relations Managers are among the lowest paid at American Cancer Society (ACS).
Certifications and Degrees
Being a Licensed Lawyer certainly has its perks — salaries approach $108K per year and far exceed the paychecks of those without certification. Earning a Project Management Professional certification garners significant financial rewards of about $91K annually on average. Regarding salaries and education, American Cancer Society (ACS) pays those with a Master of Science (MS) the most — approximately $75K.
The highest-paying skill in this position seems to be Project Management; individuals who report it as part of the repertoire have a median income of around $63K per year. One of the more prevalent skills at American Cancer Society (ACS) is Customer Relationship Management, with just over a fifth considering it a key competency. Many workers usually know Fundraising, Event Planning, and Microsoft Office as well.
Benefits and Perks
It's easy to build up retirement reserves here with programs such as a 403(b) plan, a 401(k) plan, and a company pension plan. The vast majority of employees can count on health insurance, and a large number of respondents have dental coverage as a benefit. A few more workplace perks are a casual working environment, life insurance, and a company cell phone.