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Average Salary For Assistant Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Washington (UW)

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Updated: 9 Sep 2014
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Assistant Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education at University of Washington (UW) Average Salary (?
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$72,759 - $142,878
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MEDIAN: $92,077
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University of Washington (UW) Seattle Pacific University (SPU)
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$72,759 - $142,878
$49,797 - $89,494
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$72,759 - $142,878
$49,748 - $96,086
   
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits
Vacation Weeks 3.5 Weeks 1.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
13 reporting
65%
7 reporting
35%
2 reporting
67%
1 reporting
33%
Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
5-9
10-19
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Popular Perks 401(k), Casual dress, Flexible schedule 403(b), Paid sick leave, Life insurance / disability

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