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Average Salary For Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at Harvard University

Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at Harvard University Average Salary (?
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$59,221 - $204,172
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MEDIAN: $103,674
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Compare Employers: Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at Harvard University

Harvard University Suffolk University University of Massachusetts (UMass) - Boston
Compensation
Salary
$56,662 - $190,031
$61,951 - $163,239
$79,144 - $187,336
Bonus
$447.41 - $16,895
not applicable
not applicable
Total Pay
$59,221 - $204,172
$60,531 - $163,822
$76,037 - $175,205
     
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Gender Breakdown
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60%
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Years Experience Breakdown
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