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96 employee salaries (for 34 job titles) Back to all salaries

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Updated Aug 19, 2014
Salaries in USD  United States Avg. Salary
$50k
$90k
$130k

Senior Human Resources Manager

5 US Army Salaries

$102,526
$79k
$140k

Executive Human Resources Manager

3 US Army Salaries

$94,000
$74k
$128k

Deputy G1 (Vice President HR) - Monthly

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$7,014
$7,661

Human Resource Officer

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$82k
$89k

Supervisory Human Resource Specialist

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$81k
$87k

Human Resources Officer

4 US Army Salaries

$82,000
$72k
$91k

Human Resource Manager

5 US Army Salaries

$76,000
$56k
$98k

Human Resource Manager (Recruiter)

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$73k
$78k

Human Resources Assistant - Monthly

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$5,630
$6,096

Human Resources Manager

13 US Army Salaries

$68,717
$42k
$105k

Human Resource Manager - Monthly

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$5,309
$5,734

HR Specialist

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$62k
$67k

Human Resources Officer - Monthly

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$4,966
$5,309

Senior Human Resource NCO - Monthly

2 US Army Salaries

$5,038/mo
$4,365
$5,712

Human Resources Plans Officer

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$57k
$62k
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  • Health Insurance

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