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Average Salary For Office Manager at Property Management Company

$21,504 - $53,556
(Median)
28K
33K
41K
52K
64K
MEDIAN: $41,283
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Compare Employers: Office Manager at Property Management Company

Property Management Company State Farm Insurance Company Synergy Homecare
Compensation
Salary
$27,533 - $64,027
$25,274 - $51,996
$29,456 - $56,905
Bonus
$6.88 - $3,261
$-0.50 - $9,863
not applicable
Commission
not applicable
$750 - $11,800
not applicable
Total Pay
$21,504 - $53,556
$26,459 - $50,920
$28,203 - $58,313
     
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Vacation Weeks 1.1 Weeks 2.2 Weeks 3.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
6 reporting
100%
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40 reporting
83%
8 reporting
17%
2 reporting
100%
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Years Experience Breakdown
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Popular Perks Paid holidays & vacation, Paid sick leave Paid holidays & vacation, Tuition reimbursement, Casual dress unavailable

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