American Trust and Savings Bank Salaries in Dubuque, IA

American Trust and Savings Bank Average Salaries in Dubuque, IA

MinMax

$33,759
$27K$40K

$36,437
$27K$49K

$39,624
$31K$51K

United States (change)

$37,407
$28K$49K

$29,257
$22K$40K

$55,237
$37K$80K

$24,099
$20K$29K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 16 Jan 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 8
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How much does American Trust and Savings Bank pay in Dubuque, IA?

The average American Trust and Savings Bank salary ranges from $23,400 to $59,000 a year. American Trust and Savings Bank employees with the job title Agricultural Loan Officer make the most with an average annual salary of $59,000, while employees with the title Financial Service Representative (FSR) make the least with an average annual salary of $23,400.

About Dubuque, Iowa

In Dubuque, Iowa, the average salary is $43,765. Trends in wages are rising with a 0.3 percent increase over last quarter as of Q2 2017. The cost of living in Dubuque is 10.8 percent below the national average. The most popular occupations in Dubuque are Account Manager, Software Engineer, and Mechanical Engineer which pay between $45,308 and $70,877 per year. Some popular Dubuque industries include Manufacturing, Insurance and Financial Services, and Education. In Dubuque, some popular employers include Cottingham & Butler, Heartland Financial USA, Inc, and International Business Machines (IBM) Corp..

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