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Average Salary For Bank Teller at U.S. Bank

Bank Teller at U.S. Bank Average Salary (?
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$16,584 - $29,755
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MEDIAN: $21,201
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Compensation
Hourly Rate
$7.90 - $14.32
$8.94 - $13.88
$8.36 - $12.09
Overtime
not applicable
$15.98 - $29.36
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Total Pay
$16,584 - $29,755
$18,174 - $29,280
$17,266 - $25,703
     
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Vacation Weeks 1.6 Weeks 1.6 Weeks 0.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
13 reporting
81%
3 reporting
19%
32 reporting
65%
17 reporting
35%
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Years Experience Breakdown
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Popular Perks 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, Paid sick leave 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, Tuition reimbursement unavailable

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