Associate Government Program Analyst Salary

An Associate Government Program Analyst earns an average salary of $53,557 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 10 years in this career.

$41,209 - $70,886

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$39,314 - $70,596  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 20 Sep 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 81
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Job Description for Associate Government Program Analyst

An associate government program analyst is a specialized job for someone who wants to help people in practical ways every day. You will be responsible for analyzing certain laws and functions within the government in order to help implement and execute them correctly. You will be involved heavily with research. You will gain familiarity with whatever jurisdiction you are working in, whether it be local, state, or federal. Not only will you be involved in analyzing compliance to laws, you will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and producing training and education materials in order to enact those things that you have found in your analyses.


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What is it like working as an Associate Government Program Analyst?

Associate Government Program Analyst in Alexandria:
"Field Activities of an International Treaty."
Pros: I love what I do. In college, I wondered what the day-to-day activities of implementing these large worldwide agreements looked like. Upon graduation, I was hired by a company to help a US military service implement and comply with a major arms control treaty. At first, I didn't care for it because the amount of work was so little; but, after a few years, I transferred within the company working on the same treaty. As the work increased, I realized I loved doing the daily activities to ensure that the US was in compliance with its international obligations - especially in my particular field. I get to see the ripple effect of decisions made at the field level, and watch it makes its way to the highest levels in US and international government.
Cons: I don't care for sitting in an office. I like the travel. I don't like that getting a job is based off who you know or how much education you have, because it's those with the most on-the-job experience who understand how to implement policy the best.

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Skills That Affect Associate Government Program Analyst Salaries

Data Analysis
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Job Satisfaction

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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits Medical: 92% dental benefits Dental: 81%
vision benefits Vision: 71% employee benefits None: 5%