Job (Number Reporting)
|$24,314 - $54,581|
|Salary||$25,783 - $50,673|
|Bonus||$140.43 - $4,361|
|Total Pay||$24,314 - $54,581|
|$65,326 - $104,737|
|Salary||$62,169 - $98,806|
|Bonus||$1,365 - $10,973|
|Total Pay||$65,326 - $104,737|
|$31,419 - $64,645|
|Total Pay||$31,419 - $64,645|
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|$50,170 - $85,634|
|Salary||$49,618 - $81,680|
|Total Pay||$50,170 - $85,634|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 1 Mar 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 45
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