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2,262 employee bonuses (for 240 job titles) Back to all US Army salaries

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Updated Jul 3, 2014
Salaries in USD  United States Average
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Cadet

4 US Army Bonuses

$1,000
$1,000
$1,000

13 F Fire Support Specialist - Contractor

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$6,242
$6,719

Health Care Specialist - Contractor

2 US Army Bonuses

$218
$210
$227

Infantry Team Leader (E-4)

4 US Army Bonuses

$8,600
$1,600
$16k

12B Combat Engineer - Contractor

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$15k
$16k

Software Engineer

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$9,670
$10k

US Soldier, Deployed E-4 W/Dependants

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$15k
$16k

Specialist (With BAH)

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$13k
$14k

Linguist/Administrative

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$3,832
$4,156

Specialist (E-4) - Contractor

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$5,766
$6,215

Aviation Operation Specialist

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$1,048
$1,149

Cyrptologic Analyst

1 US Army Bonus

n/a
$1,451
$1,553

Petroleum Supply Specialist

2 US Army Bonuses

$6,481
$6,213
$6,749

IT Specialist

11 US Army Bonuses

$10,000
$10k
$10k

Infantry Team Leader

6 US Army Bonuses

$1,800
$1,800
$1,800
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