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University of Florida Salaries in Florida

Updated December 14, 2014

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Assistant In
24 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 28)
$47,527
$38k
$75k
$47,527
$38k
$75k
Student Assistant - Hourly
22 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 25)
$8.87/hr
$8
$11
$8.87/hr
$8
$11
Lecturer
19 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 20)
$67,435
$40k
$106k
$67,435
$40k
$106k
Research Assistant Scientist
18 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 22)
$63,795
$45k
$77k
$63,795
$45k
$77k
Associate Professor
17 University of Florida Florida Salaries
$118,600
$45k
$202k
$118,600
$45k
$202k
Graduate Research Assistant - Hourly
16 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 113)
$14.92/hr
$8
$27
$14.92/hr
$8
$27

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Graduate Student
15 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 17)
$22,313
$10k
$35k
$22,313
$10k
$35k
Assistant Research Scientist
15 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 16)
$51,704
$30k
$94k
$51,704
$30k
$94k
Teaching Assistant - Hourly
14 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 26)
$14.20/hr
$8
$25
$14.20/hr
$8
$25
PhD Student
14 University of Florida Florida Salaries
$23,227
$15k
$32k
$23,227
$15k
$32k
Research Assistant - Hourly
12 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 51)
$14.21/hr
$8
$30
$14.21/hr
$8
$30
Assistant Research Professor
11 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 14)
$75,870
$57k
$100k
$75,870
$57k
$100k
IT Expert
10 University of Florida Florida Salaries
$65,401
$44k
$102k
$65,401
$44k
$102k
Postdoctoral Fellow
10 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 11)
$44,498
$40k
$52k
$44,498
$40k
$52k
Teaching Assistant
9 University of Florida Florida Salaries (of 26)
$18,873
$13k
$25k
$18,873
$13k
$25k
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    "You had a choice of the state retirement plan or the ORP when you started. both were good. the later was better if you were not going to be there…" (3 comments)

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off

    "great vacation and paid time off." (3 comments)

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