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Salaries for

Supply Chain Manager

Virginia Median
$83,000
National Median
$84,000
Median Income is the exact middle income earned by someone in a job or career field.

Supply Chain Manager

A supply chain manager oversees production and distribution logistics for goods, products, or lines of merchandise.

A typical day in the life of a supply chain manager might include:

  • Designing and improving production systems, optimizing inventory, and managing shipment schedules
  • Researching suppliers and maintaining strong business relationships
  • Traveling to stores or production facilities to oversee parts of the supply chain.

Salaries for

Supply Chain Manager

Virginia Median
$83,000
National Median
$84,000
Median Income is the exact middle income earned by someone in a job or career field.

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Top Pay by Location

These cities have the highest paying median for Supply Chain Manager
New York, NY
$90,000
Dallas, TX
$90,000
Philadelphia, PA
$88,000
Houston, TX
$88,000
Charlotte, NC
$85,000
Atlanta, GA
$85,000
Chicago, IL
$84,000
Indianapolis, IN
$81,000
Salary information is calculated from job seeker profiles and job postings. Both hourly and yearly wages could be reported.

A typical day in the life of a supply chain manager might include:

  • Designing and improving production systems, optimizing inventory, and managing shipment schedules
  • Researching suppliers and maintaining strong business relationships
  • Traveling to stores or production facilities to oversee parts of the supply chain.

Insider Tips

The typical average pay for supply chain managers is $84,000 per year. Supply chain managers with a bachelor's degree in business or management can land some of the best entry-level positions in this field. Those who earn a master's degree in business administration can pursue positions with higher pay. Supply chain managers who develop strong skills in logistics, project management, and strategic planning can position themselves for success.