Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Salary Quandary - Christianity Today Magazine

Salary Quandary - Christianity Today Magazine: "A recent survey reveals that the vast majority of Christian ministries pay their leaders significantly less than what those executives could earn in private industry. No surprise there, but they also earn significantly less that their counterparts in secular nonprofits.

By reviewing the compensation practices of 147 Christian ministries, Best Christian Workplaces Institute (BCWI) and the Christian Management Association discovered that the average compensation for presidents/chief executive officers is $99,000; for chief operating officers, $88,200; and for chief financial officers, $78,200."

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