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Average Salary For Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Minnesota

Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Minnesota Average Salary (?
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$74,618 - $225,193
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Compare Employers: Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota University of St. Thomas University of Wisconsin (UW) - River Falls
Compensation
Salary
$70,130 - $214,084
$73,848 - $164,432
$50,603 - $119,924
Bonus
$1,062 - $32,162
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Total Pay
$74,618 - $225,193
$74,995 - $172,129
$46,889 - $114,067
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental Benefits unavailable
Vacation Weeks 4.0 Weeks 0.0 Weeks unavailable
Gender Breakdown
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Years Experience Breakdown
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Popular Perks 403(b), Casual dress, 401(k) 403(b) unavailable

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