Job (Number Reporting)
|$23,901 - $44,228|
|Salary||$25,002 - $37,365|
|Total Pay||$23,901 - $44,228|
|$27,013 - $50,856|
|Total Pay||$27,013 - $50,856|
|$40,161 - $78,929|
|Salary||$39,769 - $76,749|
|Total Pay||$40,161 - $78,929|
|$35,882 - $61,729|
|Salary||$37,197 - $63,305|
|Total Pay||$35,882 - $61,729|
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|$21,087 - $39,045|
|Salary||$21,558 - $42,956|
|Total Pay||$21,087 - $39,045|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 26 Feb 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 55
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