The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago, IL

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Updated Aug 19, 2014
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Business Analyst

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (10 in US)

$66,535
$62k
$71k

Professional Services, Analyst

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (11 in US)

$53,985
$52k
$56k

Emerging Leaders Program: Operations and Technology Intern - Hourly

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (10 in US)

$19.92/hr
$19
$21

Emerging Leaders Program: Operations and Technology

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (10 in US)

$63,714
$57k
$70k

Project Developer

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (5 in US)

$51,736
$41k
$63k

Senior Business Analyst

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (6 in US)

$80,650
$78k
$84k

Operations Manager

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (5 in US)

$104,367
$100k
$108k

GBS Emerging Leaders Associate

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (7 in US)

$63,461
$58k
$69k

Research Associate

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (4 in US)

$41,081
$38k
$44k

Emerging Leader Associate

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (5 in US)

$57,354
$52k
$62k

Client Support Manager

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (5 in US)

$54,180
$51k
$57k

Analytics Manager

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (5 in US)

$90,170
$82k
$98k

Professional Services Intern - Hourly

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (4 in US)

$15.06/hr
$14
$16

Black Belt

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago (3 in US)

$100,831
$97k
$105k

Finance Director

2 The Nielsen Company Salaries in Chicago

$140,541
$130k
$151k

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