The Veterans Administration (United States) Salaries in Portland, OR

The Veterans Administration (United States) Average Salaries in Portland, OR

MinMax

General Surgeon
2 profiles
$251,711
$153K$388K

Social Worker
1 profile
$66,973
$49K$91K

$47,000
$34K$64K

United States (change)

Custodian
1 profile
$36,173
$26K$53K

Data Analyst
1 profile
$46,323
$31K$71K

$52,172
$37K$73K

$79,594
$54K$107K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 11 Jan 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 11
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How much does The Veterans Administration (United States) pay in Portland, OR?

The average The Veterans Administration (United States) salary ranges from $37,440 to $248,996 a year. A General Surgeon at The Veterans Administration (United States) makes the most with an average salary of $248,996 per year, while a Data Analyst makes the least with an average salary of $37,440 per year.

About Portland, Oregon

The average salary in Portland, Oregon is $55,325. Trends in wages are up 0.6 percent as of Q2 2017. The cost of living is 28.2 percent higher than the national average in Portland. The most popular occupations in Portland are Office Manager, Operations Manager, and Software Engineer which pay between $46,430 and $80,133 annually. Some popular Portland industries include Software as a Service (SaaS) Development, Software Development, and Manufacturing. Portland's most popular employers are Intel Corporation, Nike, Inc., and Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU).

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