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Administrative Services Managers

Administrative Services Managers



Earnings of administrative services managers vary greatly depending on the employer, the specialty, and the geographic area. In general, however, median annual earnings of wage and salary administrative services managers in May 2006 were $67,690. The middle 50 percent earned between $48,200 and $90,350. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $34,970, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $117,610. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of these managers were:

Management of companies and enterprises $77,040 General medical and surgical hospitals 72,210 State government 68,410 Local government 67,050 Colleges, universities, and professional schools 64,810

In the Federal Government, industrial specialists averaged $74,042 a year in 2007. Corresponding averages were $73,455 for facility operations services managers, $72,730 for industrial property managers, $65,351 for property disposal specialists, $71,948 for administrative officers, and $63,756 for support services administrators.

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Administrative services managers direct and coordinate support services and oversee the purchase, use, and disposal of personal property. Occupations with similar functions include office and administrative support worker supervisors and managers; cost estimators; property, real estate, and community association managers; purchasing managers, buyers, and purchasing agents; and top executives.