Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Salary
The average Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officer can expect to rake in roughly $182K per year. Total incomes of Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officers incorporate potential for, in a few cases, more than $99K from bonuses and close to $51K from profit sharing; these performance components cause packages to range between $109K and $335K. Almost all report receiving medical coverage from their employers and a large number collect dental insurance. The majority of Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officers (66 percent) who took the survey are female. It's exciting to note that the majority of individuals in this field enjoy their work considerably. The data for this snapshot was collected from individuals who took PayScale's salary survey.
|Salary||$103,489 - $265,925|
|Bonus||$6,500 - $102,231|
|Profit Sharing||$3,500 - $75,000|
|Total Pay (|
XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|$110,493 - $343,980|
Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Job Listings
Pay Difference by Location
For Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officers, New York provides a pay rate that is 32 percent greater than the national average. Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officers will also find cushy salaries in Philadelphia (+30 percent), Chicago (+12 percent), Atlanta (+7 percent), and Boston (+3 percent). Late-Career Chief Human Resources Officers in Houston take home the lowest salaries, earning a whopping 37 percent less than the national average.
Key Stats for Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
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