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Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) generally pays its employees $69K annually. Figures cited in this summary are based on replies to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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Job (Number Reporting)
|$52,737 - $100,414|
|Salary||$52,388 - $97,302|
|Total Pay||$52,737 - $100,414|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 7 Nov 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 15
For those with one to four years of experience, paychecks typically reach $46K. To sum up, the greater portion of employees here (50 percent) have worked in their field for 20 years or more and now make $72K per year.
Training Supervisors are awarded the highest paychecks, with compensation nearing around $71K.
It pays to have a Bachelor's Degree at Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) — these employees make the most at $71K annually.
The highest paying skill to have in this role seems to be Training Management; employees claiming this as part of the toolbox earn a median of approximately $71K.
Only 29 percent at Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) enjoy paid vacation time, and just 43 percent can take sick leave. Employees looking to save up for old age can choose from several options including a 401(k) plan and a company pension plan. The greater part of workers report having health insurance, and most workers report having dental coverage. Privileges also include life insurance and a company cell phone.
$69,570 - $77,320
|Extremely satisfied||Rated 5 out of 5
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