Clinical Research Management, Inc Salaries in Silver Spring, MD

Clinical Research Management, Inc Average Salaries in Silver Spring, MD

MinMax

Biochemist
2 profiles
$51,728
$35K$72K

$56,692
$43K$74K

Psychologist
1 profile
$92,608
$63K$131K

United States (change)

$78,511
$52K$111K

$46,762
$34K$64K

$53,517
$37K$77K

$53,388
$40K$73K

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  • Updated: 16 Jan 2018
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How much does Clinical Research Management, Inc pay in Silver Spring, MD?

The average Clinical Research Management, Inc salary ranges from $43,000 to $100,000 a year. A Behavioral Scientist at Clinical Research Management, Inc makes the most with an average salary of $100,000 per year, while a Research Laboratory Technician makes the least with an average salary of $43,000 per year.

About Silver Spring, Maryland

The average salary in Silver Spring, Maryland is $54,595. As of Q2 2017, the trend in wages is up 0.7 percent. The cost of living is 39.7 percent above the national average in Silver Spring. The most popular occupations in Silver Spring are Office Manager, Research Scientist, and Software Engineer which pay between $45,192 and $81,276 annually. Some popular Silver Spring industries include Information Technology (IT) Services, Health Care, and Government. In Silver Spring, some popular employers include Discovery Communications, Incorporated, Discovery Channel, and The Food and Drug Administration.

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