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Average Salary For Civil Engineer in Training at Kimley - Horn and Associates, Inc

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Updated: 20 Sep 2014
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Civil Engineer in Training at Kimley - Horn and Associates, Inc Average Salary (?
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$38,168 - $61,843
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MEDIAN: $52,612
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Compare Employers: Civil Engineer in Training at Kimley - Horn and Associates, Inc

Kimley - Horn and Associates, Inc City of Dallas
Compensation
Salary
$41,935 - $61,259
$41,643 - $62,902
Bonus
$443.32 - $3,751
not applicable
Total Pay
$38,168 - $61,843
$40,808 - $62,294
   
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental Benefits Healthcare Benefits
Vacation Weeks 3.0 Weeks 3.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
0%
5 reporting
100%
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Years Experience Breakdown
<1
1-4
1-4
Popular Perks 401(k), Tuition reimbursement, Paid holidays & vacation unavailable

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