Years of Experience
Respondents who have been working for five to nine years make $62K annually on average. The largest slice of the New York University (NYU) workforce (39 percent) has been working for one to four years and earns, on average, approximately $60K per year.
Information Technology Directors are the best paid with the average salary hovering at $114K annually; Associate Directors of Non-Profit Organizations, Systems Administrators, and Assistant Research Scientists also rank near the top of the list, pulling in $82K, around $75K, and about $65K, respectively. Academic Advisors at New York University (NYU) do not see much in the way of financial compensation and represent one of the lower-paid positions ($51K on average) at the company.
Certifications and Degrees
American Board of Internal Medicine Members earn about $188K per year, far more than their non-accredited counterparts. Bigger paychecks are awarded to Registered Nurses with credentials; these people earn $134K annually on average. Employees who have a Master of Public Administration (MPA) make the most here, hauling in $83K per year.
Employees who count People Management among their skills enjoy higher pay; the median for this group is approximately $71K annually. Project Management is considered a run-of-the-mill skill; approximately one-eighth of New York University (NYU)'s people use it regularly. Employees also tend to round out their skills sets with Data Analysis, Budget Management, and Program Management.
Benefits and Perks
Unfortunately, a minority of employees — about two-fifths of employees — are presented with both paid vacation and sick leave. Workers can easily stock up on retirement savings by participating in several options such as a 403(b) plan and a 401(k) plan. Perks cover health insurance for almost all survey participants and dental coverage for a large number of respondents. Other privileges include tuition reimbursement, a casual working environment, and life insurance.