MAPP Releases 2020 Wage and Salary Report


October 27, 2020

MAPP Releases 2020 Wage and Salary Report

Indianapolis, IN – The Manufacturers Association for Plastics Processors (MAPP) recently released its 2020 Wage and Salary Report. For the eighteenth year, MAPP conducted this keystone study that analyzes information on over 60 job titles specific to the plastics industry, as well as additional operational benchmarks.

The 2020 Wage and Salary Report includes comprehensive wage and salary data from over 200 plastics processors across the United States. Data includes compensation information on nearly 60 job titles in the plastics industry, with breakdowns based on annual sales revenue and geographic locations, as well as operational trends, such as PTO and benefits.

This report allows plastics leaders to:

  • Save money and time by getting industry data all in one place
  • Make better salary and compensation decisions
  • Pay people the right way and know the latest best practices in compensation packages

“Companies in the plastics industry rely on this data to help drive their compensation and remain competitive. As this data is provided comes from actual payroll data from plastics companies, executives know they can use it to benchmark their compensation packages. By breaking down the information by company size and region, the report provides an easy guide to understanding how to best structure salary based and recruit talent in a competitive labor market,” states Ashley Turrell, MAPP’s membership & analytics director.

As the industry leader in providing meaningful and relevant industry data, MAPP continues to produce and publish benchmarking reports for industry executives. All benchmarking opportunities are driven by MAPP member organizations and new benchmarking studies are added throughout the year. Benchmarking reports are available for purchase on the MAPP website at

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Established in 1996, the Manufacturers Association for Plastic Processors is managed by plastics business leaders and has over 450 member companies nationwide. The association works to provide manufacturers with bottom line impacting programs, networking, benchmarking and additional beneficial services. For more, visit