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A salary of $64K per year is the going rate at Special Metals. Geography is weighted most heavily when it comes to salary consideration at Special Metals; your experience level has a (lesser) effect as well. This report is based on responses to the PayScale salary survey.
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Job (Number Reporting)
|$91,929 - $159,743|
|Salary||$87,102 - $132,649|
|Bonus||$2,452 - $23,720|
|Total Pay||$91,929 - $159,743|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 7 Nov 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 13
A typical employee has 10-19 years of experience and earns approximately $93K annually.
By state, the highest compensation levels appear in West Virginia, where the average salary is $88K per year.
Database Administration Managers represent the higher end of the earnings spectrum — in fact, median pay for this job is the highest at around $114K.
Regarding salaries and education, Special Metals pays those with a Bachelor's Degree the most — about $93K.
Skill-wise, employees who report Oracle as part of the toolkit report the most money, earning $118K on average. Microsoft Office is a popular skill among Special Metals workers, with just under a fourth of those surveyed reporting using it on the job.
More than half of workers for the company enjoy paid vacation days and paid sick time. A 401(k) program is available, and nearly all workers use it to save for retirement. At Special Metals, a majority of workers have health insurance, and more than half of workers have dental coverage. Special Metals also dishes out privileges such as life insurance, a casual working environment, a stock purchase plan, and a subsidized cell phone.
$74,500 - $150,250
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