Do you think you make enough money?
Society has evolved in a way that's made it rude to ask how much money someone else makes. It's still rude even if they do the same thing you do, but for a different company, or in a different place.
Perhaps this reluctance comes from a place of not wanting to upset the other person by making them feel like they're valued less. Perhaps it comes from a desire to avoid making them angry at or jealous of you for the same reason, despite the fact that it's something we all wonder about at one time or another.
It can be hard to find an exact number to value yourself at (and, in itself, it sounds like a perverse exercise, because human worth is much more than the money you make, but that's a different post.) After thinking about all of this, I've been doing some research to break down the different pay scales of event organisers across the world.
Whether you use the following information to satisfy your curiosity, or as a bargaining chip in your next interview, here are the results I found about different event managers' projected yearly earnings:Read More