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|$34,207 - $68,667|
|Salary||$32,530 - $61,236|
|Total Pay||$34,207 - $68,667|
|$59,395 - $122,586|
|Salary||$58,353 - $114,888|
|Bonus||$1,311 - $24,266|
|Total Pay||$59,395 - $122,586|
|$33,505 - $73,585|
|Salary||$35,490 - $71,195|
|Total Pay||$33,505 - $73,585|
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|$42,324 - $71,326|
|Salary||$42,604 - $69,672|
|Total Pay||$42,324 - $71,326|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 22 May 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 50
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