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Average Salary For Aerospace Engineer at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

$56,186 - $146,807
(Median)
56K
87K
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MEDIAN: $87,093
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Compare Employers: Aerospace Engineer at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Lockheed Martin Corp The Boeing Company
Compensation
Salary
$56,012 - $147,943
$50,335 - $153,610
$59,374 - $143,638
Bonus
$223.78 - $5,705
$519 - $10,328
$0.00 - $6,904
Profit Sharing
not applicable
not applicable
$726 - $11,550
Total Pay
$56,186 - $146,807
$50,335 - $154,834
$59,671 - $148,977
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits
Vacation Weeks 3.1 Weeks unavailable 2.3 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
2 reporting
11%
16 reporting
89%
1 reporting
6%
17 reporting
94%
5 reporting
7%
65 reporting
93%
Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
5-9
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<1
1-4
20+
<1
1-4
5-9
Popular Perks Flexible schedule, 401(k), Casual dress 401(k), Paid sick leave, Flexible schedule 401(k), Tuition reimbursement, Flexible schedule

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