August 2008
Marketing (00253650);8/20/2008, p55
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the salary of a managing director in Great Britain. It states that directors, who are on average 48 years of age having a degree and business qualifications, has a basic wage of £80,000 yearly. It denotes that the best-paid executives work in London and the North East in England. On the other hand, the lowest earners are practicing in Northern Ireland. Details on bonus, health insurance and budget for company car are also given.


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