Elsevier Science Average Salaries in Boston, MA

MinMax

$122,113
$102K$142K

$41,599
$30K$64K

Editor
1 profile
$70,915
$58K$86K

United States (change)

$36,561
$30K$44K

$123,848
$78K$184K

$134,057
$100K$175K

$97,279
$66K$138K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 14 Sep 2018
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How much does Elsevier Science pay in Boston, MA?

Salaries at Elsevier Science range from an average of $37,500 to $150,000 a year. A Researcher, Scientific at Elsevier Science makes the most with an average salary of $150,000 per year, while a Editorial Assistant makes the least with an average salary of $37,500 per year.

About Boston, Massachusetts

The average salary in Boston, Massachusetts is $71,039. Trends in wages are growing with a 0.3 percent increase over last quarter as of Q2 2018. The cost of living is 47.9 percent above the national average in Boston. The most popular occupations in Boston are Operations Manager, Software Engineer, and Senior Software Engineer which pay between $71,833 and $113,311 annually. Some popular Boston industries include Software as a Service (SaaS) Development, Financial Services, and Education. Some popular Boston employers include Children's Hospital, Boston, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, and Fidelity Investments.

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