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Average Salary For Programmer Analyst at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

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Updated: 14 Dec 2014
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Programmer Analyst at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Average Salary (?
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$42,844 - $98,040
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MEDIAN: $63,131
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Compare Employers: Programmer Analyst at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Care1St Health Plan Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)
Compensation
Salary
$43,383 - $90,483
$57,105 - $106,019
$43,237 - $93,055
Bonus
$732 - $13,793
not applicable
$264.49 - $7,249
Total Pay
$42,844 - $98,040
$55,152 - $117,306
$43,237 - $93,055
     
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Vacation Weeks 2.7 Weeks 2.3 Weeks 2.3 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
2 reporting
40%
3 reporting
60%
1 reporting
50%
1 reporting
50%
2 reporting
13%
13 reporting
87%
Years Experience Breakdown
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5-9
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Popular Perks 403(b), Defined contribution (DC) retirement plan, Casual dress 401(k) 401(k), Paid sick leave, Paid holidays & vacation

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