Experience, Location Drive RFID Salaries

By Mark Roberti

Employees with more than four years' experience, or who live in the United States, make significantly more than other workers with RFID skills, according to an exclusive RFID Journal salary survey.

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Europe is ahead of the United States in the use of radio frequency identification technologies in supply chains, while Asia has the lead when it comes to RFID-enabled payment systems. But workers with RFID skills in the U.S. clearly have the advantage when it comes to salaries. The average base salary in U.S. dollars for those working in RFID-related industries at the beginning of this year was $82,120 in the United States, compared with just $42,820...

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