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Compensation for The City of San Antonio employees tends to be around $50K annually. The information for this rundown comes from respondents who completed PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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Job (Number Reporting)
|$38,523 - $74,613|
|Salary||$39,237 - $73,096|
|Total Pay||$38,523 - $74,613|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 2 Nov 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 33
Survey participants who have worked at The City of San Antonio for between five and ten years haul in $39K on average. Between the one and five year mark, pay is typically approximately $49K. To sum up, the greater portion of employees here (32 percent) have worked in their field for 10-19 years and now make $62K per year.
Procurement Specialists rake in the most money, with average earnings of $56K.
The best paid folks at The City of San Antonio have a Bachelor's Degree, earning around $59K annually.
Skill-wise, employees who report Web Development as part of the toolkit report the most money, earning about $90K on average. A relatively widespread skill at The City of San Antonio is Project Management; just under one in three of employees use it for work. Some other standard skills here are Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, and Customer Service.
As part of compensation, The City of San Antonio gives paid vacation to a third of workers and paid sick leave to a quarter of workers. One-fourth of workers participate in the company's 401(k) retirement savings plan. Most workers can count on health insurance, and a fair portion of workers have dental coverage as a benefit. Some other advantages of working at The City of San Antonio are a company cell phone, tuition reimbursement, life insurance, and defined contribution (dc) retirement plan.
$40,168 - $63,159
$41,000 - $76,000
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