January 8, 2013

IP industries pay 30% higher wages


On average, IP-intensive industries pay 30% higher wages, at $50,576 per worker, compared to the national average of $38,768. Source: Global Intellectual Property Center: “IP Creates Jobs for America,” NDP Consulting, May 2012.


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