The Six Sigma Green Belt is known to be employed with prominent knowledge to support and participate in Lean and Six Sigma projects, as team members and as potential leaders of the team, usually under the supervision of a Six Sigma Black Belt.
The Six Sigma Green Belt is demanded to a large extent as companies around the world seek to cut costs, improve processes and eliminate waste, contracted as an investment by being trained to achieve more with fewer resources, recognized and remunerated by its employers, due to the training obtained to become certified, able to implement Six Sigma tools and methodologies to prevent defects and increase customer satisfaction.
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According to data updated in January 2017 by national salary survey website PayScale.com, the median annual salaries for Employees Certified Six Sigma Green Belt by Job in the United States were: for Mechanical Engineer, $75,873; for Manufacturing Engineer, $70,154; for Operations Manager, $80,753; for Process Engineer, $72,250; for Industrial Engineer, $65,187; for Production Supervisor, $62,446; for Quality Manager, $80,232.
Payscale, also reported according to data updated in October 2016, that a mechanical engineer earns an average salary of $67,935 per year, also remarked that most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years of experience in this career, because of the influence they have on salary, similar situation for the Operations Manager and for the Process Engineer; the opposite happens for the industrial engineer, by which most people do not usually move to another job when accumulate more than 20 years of experience, In the case of the production supervisor the average salary does not change much with more years of experience.
On the other hand, according to data updated in January 2017, in the case of Employees Certified Six Sigma Green Belt by years of experience, the average annual salary increases significantly with more years of experience, keeping in mind that those with more than 20 years of experience can earn more than thirty thousands of dollars than those with a range of experience from 1 to 4 years.
In the case of Average Salary by Employer Name for Employees Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, Payscale reported that Raytheon Co., is the company that can offer the highest salary in the United States, $66,811-$181,062; followed by Tesla Motors, $74,750-$174,524 and third Bank of America Corp. (BOFA), $68,457-$141,961; of a total of a list of thirty employers.
After reviewing the published data in Payscale for Employees Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, the median annual Salary by City in the United States, New York, New York appears with the highest annual median, which was $92,510; followed by Houston, Texas, $86,375; and third Minneapolis, Minnesota, $84,181; from a list of seven cities.
However, in the case of Average Salary by State or Province for Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, Payscale reported that California has the highest annual median salary in the United States, $88,114; followed by Texas, $81,842 and third by Michigan, $73,560; of a total of a list of seven states or provinces.
On the other hand, after reviewing the published data in Payscale for Employees Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, the median annual salary by Company Size in the United States, there is an upward trend in the average as company size increases, listing 10 possible company size ranges, with $74,889 for the minimum company size and $ 87,285 for the maximum company size.
The published data in Payscale for Employees Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, the median annual Salary by Industry in the United States shows that Information Technology (IT) Services has the highest median, $85,140; and the manufacturing industry has the lowest median, $77,530.
Finally, as could be seen, the salary for certified Six Sigma Green Belt employees in the United States is influenced by career, experience, workplace and industry, among other characteristics.
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