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|$43,018 - $119,540|
|Salary||$46,016 - $116,454|
|Bonus||$564 - $10,279|
|Total Pay||$43,018 - $119,540|
|$34,896 - $54,828|
|Salary||$37,466 - $53,003|
|Total Pay||$34,896 - $54,828|
|$28,605 - $73,886|
|Salary||$29,820 - $63,221|
|Total Pay||$28,605 - $73,886|
|$67,854 - $119,793|
|Salary||$63,060 - $122,380|
|Bonus||$724 - $16,242|
|Total Pay||$67,854 - $119,793|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 28 Oct 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 22
$31,222 - $90,731
$84,714 - $95,000
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