Policy and planning manager salary

The salary of a policy and planning manager can vary depending on a number of factors, including the industry in which they work, their level of education and experience, and the location of the job. According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual wage for urban and regional planners was $71,490 as of May 2020. However, the BLS notes that some policy and planning managers may earn more or less depending on their specific responsibilities and the type of organization they work for. In general, policy and planning managers in the public sector may earn lower salaries than those in the private sector, but may receive additional benefits such as retirement plans and health insurance.

According to data from the South African Department of Labor, the average annual salary for a manager in South Africa was R611,906 (around $42,600) in 2020. However, this is just a general estimate and the actual salary of a policy and planning manager may be higher or lower depending on the specific details of the job and the company.

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