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Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Law Office

Industry: Law Office
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Salary Data (?
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Bachelor's Degree
151 salaries
$29,984 - $71,368  
   
Juris Doctor (JD), Master of Jurisprudence, or Master of Law (LLM)
142 salaries
$39,641 - $122,426  
Associate's Degree
89 salaries
$24,465 - $65,336  
Juris Doctor (JD / Law)
64 salaries
$38,430 - $127,930  
Juris Doctor (JD), Law
20 salaries
$37,753 - $109,262  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Political Science (PolySci)
17 salaries
$34,531 - $168,276  
Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Paralegal Studies
12 salaries
$24,292 - $68,510  
Doctor of Law (JD)
9 salaries
$52,981 - $78,987  
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
8 salaries
$34,176 - $53,652  
Some college coursework with no degree
7 salaries
$32,500 - $48,009  
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
7 salaries
$37,500 - $60,000  
Associate's Degree, Paralegal Studies
6 salaries
$25,549 - $40,695  
Certificate (Cert), Paralegal Studies
6 salaries
$26,861 - $57,989  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Criminal Justice
6 salaries
$29,774 - $42,729  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Business Administration
6 salaries
$40,088 - $49,579  
Juris Doctor (JD / Law), Political Science (PolySci)
6 salaries
$62,156 - $94,615  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Psychology
5 salaries
$34,000 - $72,945  
Associate Degree (AD), Paralegal Studies
5 salaries
$36,000 - $58,250  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology
5 salaries
$34,148 - $61,150  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Criminal Justice
5 salaries
$28,250 - $69,500  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 20 Mar 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 423

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