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The Boeing Company Average Salaries in Charleston, SC

MinMax

$47,737
$36K$62K

$79,815
$60K$111K

$49,939
$38K$65K

United States (change)

$48,936
$31K$77K

$68,271
$56K$83K

$78,540
$53K$114K

$88,057
$66K$116K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 1 Dec 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 140
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How much does The Boeing Company pay in Charleston, SC?

The average The Boeing Company salary ranges from $25,000 to $168,000 a year. The Boeing Company employees with the job title Director, Supply Chain Management make the most with an average annual salary of $168,000, while employees with the title Aircraft Electrician make the least with an average annual salary of $25,000.

About Charleston, South Carolina

In Charleston, South Carolina, the average salary is $49,012. Trends in wages are down 1.5 percent as of Q2 2018. The cost of living in Charleston is 3.9 percent above the national average. Popular jobs in Charleston include Operations Manager, Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General), and Software Engineer which pay between $57,675 and $66,246 per year. The most popular industries in Charleston are Software as a Service (SaaS) Development, Health Care, and Information Technology (IT) Services. Charleston's most popular employers are Medical University of South Carolina, The Boeing Company, and Blackbaud, Inc..

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