Northrop Grumman Corporation Salaries in Jacksonville, FL

Northrop Grumman Corporation Average Salaries in Jacksonville, FL

MinMax

$57,907
$50K$67K

$71,485
$59K$85K

$80,575
$52K$126K

United States (change)

$85,108
$61K$113K

$73,359
$57K$95K

$50,184
$37K$65K

$77,222
$65K$90K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 16 Jan 2018
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How much does Northrop Grumman Corporation pay in Jacksonville, FL?

Salaries at Northrop Grumman Corporation range from an average of $52,624 to $89,800 a year. Northrop Grumman Corporation employees with the job title Configuration Manager, Software / Computer Hardware make the most with an average annual salary of $89,800, while employees with the title Aircraft Fuel Systems Mechanic make the least with an average annual salary of $52,624.

About Jacksonville, Florida

The average salary in Jacksonville, Florida is $46,910. Trends in wages are rising with a 1.3 percent increase over last quarter as of Q2 2017. The cost of living is 4.2 percent lower than the national average in Jacksonville. Popular jobs in Jacksonville include Office Manager, Operations Manager, and Human Resources (HR) Manager which pay between $42,796 and $61,694 per year. The most popular industries in Jacksonville are Financial Services, Banking, and Health Care. In Jacksonville, some popular employers include CSX Corp, Deutsche Bank, and U.S. Navy.

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