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Average Salary For Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC)

$181,183 - $352,596
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MEDIAN: $178,845
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Compare Employers: Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC)

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC) Morgan Stanley Columbia University
Compensation
Salary
$141,665 - $236,644
$101,448 - $310,258
$77,879 - $238,658
Bonus
$37,500 - $132,500
$14,551 - $253,883
$1,375 - $81,885
Profit Sharing
$2,014 - $38,715
not applicable
not applicable
Total Pay
$181,183 - $352,596
$116,164 - $662,274
$74,988 - $313,828
     
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Vacation Weeks 4.0 Weeks unavailable 3.8 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
8 reporting
27%
22 reporting
73%
1 reporting
17%
5 reporting
83%
1 reporting
20%
4 reporting
80%
Years Experience Breakdown
10-19
20+
10-19
20+
5-9
Popular Perks 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, Paid sick leave 401(k), Paid sick leave 401(k), Life insurance / disability, Paid sick leave

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