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Average Salary For Customer Service Representative (CSR) at U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA)

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Updated: 27 Jul 2014
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Customer Service Representative (CSR) at U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) Average Salary (?
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$29,101 - $64,899
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MEDIAN: $40,281
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Compare Employers: Customer Service Representative (CSR) at U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA)

U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) United Airlines, Inc. University of Illinois at Chicago
Compensation
Hourly Rate
$12.30 - $29.69
$12.40 - $22.93
$12.30 - $25.03
Total Pay
$29,101 - $64,899
$26,810 - $56,107
$26,684 - $57,632
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits
Vacation Weeks 3.3 Weeks 4.0 Weeks 2.3 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
4 reporting
57%
3 reporting
43%
4 reporting
67%
2 reporting
33%
3 reporting
100%
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Years Experience Breakdown
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10-19
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20+
Popular Perks Flexible schedule, 401(k), Casual dress Paid holidays & vacation, 401(k), Paid sick leave Paid holidays & vacation, Paid sick leave, 403(b)

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