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Average Salary For Research Analyst at Thomson Reuters

Rs 153,866 - Rs 731,043
(Median)
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MEDIAN: Rs 307,315
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Thomson Reuters Crisil The Nielsen Company
Compensation
Salary
Rs 144,946 - Rs 705,245
Rs 446,982 - Rs 780,200
Rs 459,058 - Rs 695,305
Bonus
Rs 3,121 - Rs 99,682
Rs 4,579 - Rs 115,728
Rs 4,114 - Rs 98,210
Total Pay
Rs 153,866 - Rs 731,043
Rs 446,982 - Rs 881,444
Rs 470,132 - Rs 702,857
     
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Vacation Weeks 1.9 Weeks 3.3 Weeks 2.9 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
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8 reporting
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6 reporting
75%
Years Experience Breakdown
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