Job (Number Reporting)
|$53,112 - $109,239|
|Salary||$54,680 - $96,069|
|Bonus||$1,287 - $15,250|
|Total Pay||$53,112 - $109,239|
|$93,147 - $159,429|
|Salary||$87,476 - $161,378|
|Total Pay||$93,147 - $159,429|
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|$113,149 - $230,347|
|Salary||$112,550 - $205,576|
|Bonus||$4,160 - $38,114|
|Total Pay||$113,149 - $230,347|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 26 May 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 26
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