While working as a packaging manager, typically, your job is to manage packaging operations during your shift. You will work in an industrial facility or warehouse. Your responsibilities might include ensuring the availability of proper packaging materials and products and evaluating the efficiency of schedules established by your administrators. To become a packaging manager, you may require a bachelor's degree.
The most typical majors for a packaging manager are found to be Bachelor's degrees or master's degrees. We often see other degrees on packaging manager resumes, including high school diploma degrees or associate degrees. Packaging Managers in the U.S. make an average salary of $97,181 per year, equivalent to $47 per hour. However, this figure can vary significantly depending upon your experience and skills.