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Average Salary For Senior Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman Corporation

$79,004 - $164,506
(Median)
$79K
$120K
$160K
MEDIAN: $119,390
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Compare Employers: Senior Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman Corporation

Northrop Grumman Corporation Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems The Boeing Company
Compensation
Salary
$78,712 - $161,750
$57,793 - $109,401
$90,742 - $157,120
Bonus
$347.21 - $8,284
$301.12 - $5,866
$1,107 - $14,414
Profit Sharing
$1,253 - $6,821
$887 - $8,275
$1,290 - $9,120
Total Pay
$79,004 - $164,506
$60,210 - $114,201
$91,383 - $199,127
     
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Gender Breakdown
5 reporting
19%
21 reporting
81%
1 reporting
11%
8 reporting
89%
0%
16 reporting
100%
Years Experience Breakdown
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20+
Popular Perks 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, Flexible schedule 401(k), Flexible schedule, Paid holidays & vacation 401(k), Paid sick leave, Cell phone

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