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1,799 employee salaries (for 378 job titles)

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Updated Jun 27, 2014
Salaries in USD  United States Avg. Salary
$20k
$130k
$240k

Postdoctoral Fellow

398 Emory University Salaries

$39,600
$30k
$57k

Post Doctoral Fellow

189 Emory University Salaries

$40,524
$35k
$53k

Research Associate

88 Emory University Salaries

$44,545
$20k
$70k

Assistant Professor

73 Emory University Salaries

$111,685
$48k
$320k

Lead Research Specialist

63 Emory University Salaries

$38,305
$34k
$43k

Research Specialist

49 Emory University Salaries

$33,697
$29k
$39k

Resident Physician

48 Emory University Salaries

$46,941
$42k
$54k

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

30 Emory University Salaries

$40,700
$34k
$50k

Instructor

22 Emory University Salaries

$65,416
$43k
$120k

Research Specialist, Lead

20 Emory University Salaries

$38,618
$36k
$42k

Instructor, Clinical Track

18 Emory University Salaries

$156,828
$135k
$190k

PhD Student

17 Emory University Salaries

$24,794
$20k
$28k

Research Specialist - Hourly

17 Emory University Salaries

$15.60/hr
$14
$17

Research Project Coordinator

17 Emory University Salaries

$39,052
$36k
$48k

Research Assistant - Hourly

14 Emory University Salaries

$12.59/hr
$8
$19
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