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President Compensation

The President is one of the principal executives in many private organizations. A President may serve in conjunction with a CEO, each taking the lead on different areas of the business. The data below is for Presidents who are not also the CEO of their organization.

Below are highlights from the data collected for the 2013-2014 CEO & Senior Executive Compensation Report for Private Companies. The compensation numbers are for our entire dataset of over 1,100 private companies. For more detailed benchmarks, please see the full report.

Benchmarks and Compensation Information

Median 2012 Base Salary: $200,000
Median 2012 Bonus as % of Base Salary: 20-30%
Highest Paid Industries: Restaurants/Food/Beverage/Tobacco, Retail/Wholesale/Distribution, Business Services/Legal

 

Comparison to Other Senior Executives

 

Detailed Benchmarks and Best Practices

For detailed information and benchmarks on base salaries, bonuses, equity grants and gains, benefits, perks, and company compensation policies and practices and how these elements vary by company size, industry, ownership type, geographic region, and other key variables, please see the full 2013-2014 CEO & Senior Executive Compensation Report for Private Companies.