Northrop Grumman Corporation Salaries in Los Angeles, CA

Northrop Grumman Corporation Average Salaries in Los Angeles, CA

MinMax

$149,723
$102K$214K

$61,620
$44K$85K

$74,591
$52K$128K

United States (change)

$86,163
$63K$149K

$125,385
$105K$146K

$67,966
$53K$83K

Design Engineer
2 profiles
$107,764
$77K$161K

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  • Updated: 17 Jan 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 242
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How much does Northrop Grumman Corporation pay in Los Angeles, CA?

The average Northrop Grumman Corporation salary ranges from $31,200 to $195,000 a year. Northrop Grumman Corporation employees with the job title Systems Architect make the most with an average annual salary of $195,000, while employees with the title Warehouse Material Handler make the least with an average annual salary of $31,200.

About Los Angeles, California

In Los Angeles, California, the average salary is $62,307. As of Q2 2017, the trend in wages is growing with a 0.4 percent increase over last quarter. The cost of living in Los Angeles is 43.3 percent above the national average. The most popular occupations in Los Angeles are Executive Assistant, Operations Manager, and Software Engineer which pay between $53,724 and $88,353 annually. Some popular Los Angeles industries include Marketing, Advertising, and Media Management, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation, and Education. In Los Angeles, some popular employers include University of Southern California (USC), University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and Northrop Grumman Corporation.

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