University of Missouri Salaries

Updated June 5, 2015

355 employee salaries (for 60 job titles) Back to all Salaries

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Assistant Professor
149 University of Missouri Salaries
$84,097
$54k
$202k
$84,097
$54k
$202k
Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine
30 University of Missouri Salaries
$186,424
$149k
$279k
$186,424
$149k
$279k
Research Assistant Professor
28 University of Missouri Salaries
$59,306
$45k
$79k
$59,306
$45k
$79k
Assistant Research Professor
23 University of Missouri Salaries
$76,805
$42k
$254k
$76,805
$42k
$254k
Teaching Assistant Professor
17 University of Missouri Salaries
$72,370
$46k
$112k
$72,370
$46k
$112k
Professor
10 University of Missouri Salaries
$112,615
$81k
$199k
$112,615
$81k
$199k

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Assistant Professor, Clinical Neurology
9 University of Missouri Salaries
$189,613
$137k
$282k
$189,613
$137k
$282k
Assistant Professor, Clinical Radiology
9 University of Missouri Salaries
$231,919
$202k
$253k
$231,919
$202k
$253k
Associate Professor
5 University of Missouri Salaries
$97,968
$70k
$130k
$97,968
$70k
$130k
Assistant Professor - Business
4 University of Missouri Salaries
$128,463
$122k
$132k
$128,463
$122k
$132k
Assistant Professor, Spanish
3 University of Missouri Salaries
$57,772
$57k
$59k
$57,772
$57k
$59k
Assistant Professor, Clinical Emergency Medicine
3 University of Missouri Salaries
$247,420
$247k
$247k
$247,420
$247k
$247k
Assistant Professor, Statistics
3 University of Missouri Salaries
$83,353
$83k
$85k
$83,353
$83k
$85k
Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychiatry
3 University of Missouri Salaries
$158,061
$154k
$163k
$158,061
$154k
$163k
Associate Research Professor
3 University of Missouri Salaries
$54,417
$52k
$56k
$54,417
$52k
$56k
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Benefits

Most Talked About Benefits

  • Health Insurance

    “Best: Reasonable co-pays. Worst: Preferred Provider option restricts you largely to University Hospital and doctors.” (9 comments)

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off

    “Best: good amount of time off. Worst: employees are typically spread a little too thinly so the work just piles up in your absence.” (3 comments)

  • Sick Days

    “The leadership is very understanding when it comes to health issues, which I had dealt with during my employment” (3 comments)

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