$63kAvg. Base Salary (USD)
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Our Fair Pay score for University of Nebraska is 2.2. Read reviews from current employees that include compensation and culture insights.
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The highest reported salary for an employee at University of Nebraska is currently $110k / year
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About University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Address: Lincoln's New Salem, Illinois
Industries: Education, Higher Education, Social Entrepreneurship, Communities, Universities, E-Learning
Founded on: January 1st, 2014
Number of Employees: 1-10
Also known as: NIC
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Gender Breakdown for University of Nebraska
Avg. Salary: $35k - $123k
Avg. Salary: $0 - $0
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