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Average Salary For Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Southern California (USC)

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Updated: 30 Aug 2014
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Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Southern California (USC) Average Salary (?
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$82,176 - $245,442
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MEDIAN: $130,385
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Compare Employers: Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Southern California (USC)

University of Southern California (USC) DeVry University Art Center College of Design
Compensation
Salary
$74,945 - $225,417
$52,030 - $119,132
$52,443 - $132,449
Bonus
$600 - $34,013
not applicable
not applicable
Profit Sharing
not applicable
$324.67 - $8,721
not applicable
Total Pay
$82,176 - $245,442
$52,552 - $120,264
$58,328 - $137,301
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Dental Benefits Healthcare Benefits
Vacation Weeks 4.1 Weeks 3.3 Weeks 10.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
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Years Experience Breakdown
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Popular Perks Defined contribution (DC) retirement plan, Paid sick leave, Tuition reimbursement 401(k) 403(b)

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