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Average Salary For Senior Software Engineer at Thomson Reuters

Rs 406,530 - Rs 1,191,952
(Median)
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MEDIAN: Rs 795,104
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Compare Employers: Senior Software Engineer at Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters Accenture Wipro Technologies Ltd.
Compensation
Salary
Rs 325,994 - Rs 1,174,457
Rs 433,077 - Rs 874,697
Rs 398,135 - Rs 838,159
Bonus
Rs 58,723 - Rs 122,554
Rs 10,199 - Rs 136,897
Rs 0.00 - Rs 77,566
Profit Sharing
Rs 10,960 - Rs 211,625
Rs 25,000 - Rs 117,916
Rs 6,902 - Rs 90,813
Total Pay
Rs 406,530 - Rs 1,191,952
Rs 463,955 - Rs 927,473
Rs 398,936 - Rs 838,159
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare Benefits Healthcare Benefits Healthcare Benefits
Vacation Weeks 4.1 Weeks 2.7 Weeks 1.9 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
3 reporting
16%
16 reporting
84%
41 reporting
16%
216 reporting
84%
29 reporting
26%
84 reporting
74%
Years Experience Breakdown
5-9
1-4
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Popular Perks Work from home Health club membership, Paid sick leave, Relocation expenses Paid sick leave, Life insurance / disability, Relocation expenses

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