Average U.S. Department of Labor Salary

$73k
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U.S. Department of Labor pays its employees an average of $72,771 a year. Salaries at U.S. Department of Labor range from an average of $46,062 to $115,843 a year. U.S. Department of Labor employees with the job title Claims Adjuster / Examiner / Investigator make the most with an average annual salary of $69,466, while employees with the title Claims Adjuster / Examiner / Investigator make the least with an average annual salary of $69,466.

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$40k
$234k
$47k - $102k
Employment Specialist
Estimated
$40k - $70k
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Specialist
Estimated
$51k - $104k
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Economist
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$48k - $135k
Administrative Law Judge, Adjudicator, or Hearing Officer
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$85k - $234k
Legislative Director
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$81k - $169k
Mechanical Engineer
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$58k - $93k
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Gender Breakdown

This data is based on 35 survey responses. Learn more about the gender pay gap.
Female
71.4%
Salary:
$43k - $117k
Male
28.6%
Salary:
$60k - $111k

Job Satisfaction

Satisfied
Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 16 responses

Popular Degrees for U.S. Department of Labor

Pay ranges for employees at U.S. Department of Labor by degree.
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Years of Experience

This data is based on 43 survey responses.
Late Career
27.9%
Experienced
25.6%
Early Career
25.6%
Mid Career
18.6%
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