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|$38,203 - $67,307|
|Total Pay||$38,203 - $67,307|
|$65,974 - $95,089|
|Salary||$62,984 - $86,287|
|Bonus||$903 - $12,836|
|Total Pay||$65,974 - $95,089|
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|$43,770 - $75,981|
|Salary||$43,451 - $75,531|
|Total Pay||$43,770 - $75,981|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 18 Jan 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 20
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