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Average Salary For Administrative Assistant at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Administrative Assistant at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Average Salary (?
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$34,577 - $63,081
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MEDIAN: $43,900
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Compare Employers: Administrative Assistant at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lahey Clinic Fresenius Medical Care Holdings, Inc.
Compensation
Salary
$33,136 - $58,495
not applicable
not applicable
Bonus
$2.66 - $1,417
not applicable
not applicable
Hourly Rate
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$16.25 - $29.72
$11.23 - $22.20
Total Pay
$34,577 - $63,081
$35,007 - $63,425
$25,032 - $50,867
     
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Vacation Weeks 3.3 Weeks unavailable unavailable
Gender Breakdown
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Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
10-19
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10-19
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Popular Perks 401(k), Paid sick leave, Flexible schedule unavailable 401(k), Paid sick leave

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