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Employees at Rabo Agrifinance, Inc. make $60K per year on average. The data for this snapshot was collected from individuals who took PayScale's salary survey.
Job (Number Reporting)
|$37,244 - $90,979|
|Salary||$37,675 - $87,875|
|Total Pay||$37,244 - $90,979|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 10 Nov 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 10
Those with one to four years of experience at the company can expect to make $60K. By and large, the biggest segment of Rabo Agrifinance, Inc.'s workforce (57 percent) have been working for five to nine years and take home around $64K annually.
The highest-paying degree here is a Bachelor's Degree; Rabo Agrifinance, Inc. awards about $58K to these degree-holders.
In this position, it pays to have Financial Analysis in your toolkit; employees who claim proficiency enjoy a higher median salary of approximately $75K. One of the more prevalent skills at Rabo Agrifinance, Inc. is Data Analysis, with more than half considering it a key competency.
When it comes to employee benefits, Rabo Agrifinance, Inc. has room for improvement — only half of workers are paid for vacation and sick time. A strong majority of workers save up for retirement through a 401(k) plan. At Rabo Agrifinance, Inc., a solid majority of workers have health insurance, and the greater part of workers have dental coverage. The company also dishes out perks such as relocation expenses and life insurance.
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