The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) has updated its career guide. The publication, "Supply IN Demand: Your Career in Supply Management," provides an overview of the objectives of supply management and some of the key components of the profession. A PDF version is available on ISM's website at www.ism.ws. Highlights include the average salaries of supply managers, common degrees within the profession, free ISM student membership benefits, an ISM Career Center and professional credentials, educational institutions offering supply-management programs, and career development after college. The listing of educational options includes supply management-related degree programs, certificate programs and distance-learning opportunities. The listing was first published by ISM in 1990, and is now updated regularly online.
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