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124 employee bonuses (for 16 job titles) Back to all Federal Reserve Board salaries

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Updated Jul 25, 2014
Salaries in USD  United States Average
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Economist

47 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$21,667
$20k
$25k

Research Assistant

29 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$3,056
$2,000
$5,000

Senior Research Assistant

16 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$2,840
$1,800
$5,000

Financial Systems Analyst

6 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$2,350
$2,000
$3,000

Supervisory Analyst

4 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$4,833
$4,000
$5,500

Computer Programmer

4 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$4,000
$2,000
$5,000

Senior Financial Services Analyst

3 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$5,000
$5,000
$5,000

Assistant Financial Analyst

3 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$3,000
$3,000
$3,000

Financial Analyst

3 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$5,500
$5,000
$6,000

Senior Economist

3 Federal Reserve Board Bonuses

$25,000
$25k
$25k

Supervisory Financial Analyst

1 Federal Reserve Board Bonus

n/a
$5,284
$5,771

Specialist

1 Federal Reserve Board Bonus

n/a
$4,824
$5,156

Economic Analyst

1 Federal Reserve Board Bonus

n/a
$951
$1,048

Lieutenant

1 Federal Reserve Board Bonus

n/a
$1,939
$2,088

Senior Supervisory Financial Analyst

1 Federal Reserve Board Bonus

n/a
$3,816
$4,197

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