Colorado State University (CSU) Salaries in Denver, CO

Colorado State University (CSU) Average Salaries in Denver, CO

MinMax

Extension Agent
2 profiles
$61,632
$48K$81K

$37,645
$29K$48K

Web Developer
1 profile
$99,900
$78K$126K

United States (change)

$36,179
$29K$45K

$45,722
$33K$66K

$85,436
$61K$116K

$146,316
$85K$260K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 11 Jan 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 14
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How much does Colorado State University (CSU) pay in Denver, CO?

Salaries at Colorado State University (CSU) range from an average of $35,000 to $175,000 a year. Colorado State University (CSU) employees with the job title Investment Manager make the most with an average annual salary of $175,000, while employees with the title Marketing Coordinator make the least with an average annual salary of $35,000.

About Denver, Colorado

In Denver, Colorado, the average salary is $60,327. As of Q2 2017, the trend in wages is rising with a 0.2 percent increase over last quarter. The cost of living is 10.8 percent above the national average in Denver. Popular jobs in Denver include Office Manager, Operations Manager, and Software Engineer which pay between $45,376 and $78,269 per year. The most popular industries in Denver are Financial Services, Software as a Service (SaaS) Development, and Information Technology (IT) Services. Some popular Denver employers include Lockheed Martin Corp, Dish Network Corporation, and DaVita Inc..

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