University of Southern California Salaries

Updated August 30, 2015

1,970 employee salaries (for 489 job titles)

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
231 University of Southern California Salaries
$51,810
$37k
$94k
$51,810
$37k
$94k
Research Associate
175 University of Southern California Salaries
$50,380
$29k
$102k
$50,380
$29k
$102k
Assistant Professor
134 University of Southern California Salaries
$115,780
$56k
$206k
$115,780
$56k
$206k
Graduate Research Assistant
64 University of Southern California Salaries
$28,643
$20k
$55k
$28,643
$20k
$55k
Research Assistant Professor
56 University of Southern California Salaries
$85,460
$53k
$140k
$85,460
$53k
$140k
Student Worker - Hourly
48 University of Southern California Salaries
$10.91/hr
$8
$17
$10.91/hr
$8
$17

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Research Programmer II
30 University of Southern California Salaries
$93,380
$73k
$110k
$93,380
$73k
$110k
Graduate Research Assistant - Monthly
29 University of Southern California Salaries
$2,460/mo
$2k
$4k
$2,460/mo
$2k
$4k
Research Assistant
27 University of Southern California Salaries
$29,487
$25k
$34k
$29,487
$25k
$34k
Programmer Analyst III
26 University of Southern California Salaries
$84,965
$68k
$104k
$84,965
$68k
$104k
Grader - Hourly
25 University of Southern California Salaries
$12.11/hr
$10
$20
$12.11/hr
$10
$20
Project Specialist
21 University of Southern California Salaries
$55,302
$43k
$68k
$55,302
$43k
$68k
Lecturer
21 University of Southern California Salaries
$60,292
$48k
$70k
$60,292
$48k
$70k
Senior Research Associate
20 University of Southern California Salaries
$72,864
$50k
$103k
$72,864
$50k
$103k
Research Scientist
19 University of Southern California Salaries
$76,508
$50k
$166k
$76,508
$50k
$166k
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Benefits

Most Talked About Benefits

  • Health Insurance

    “The university's own health plan is great - but expensive.” (21 comments)

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off

    “Same as most places - 2 weeks vacation, but the longer you stay you can increase your vacation. After 5 years - you receive 3 weeks vacation. You...” (7 comments)

  • Sick Days

    “I never really got sick, so I didn't have to take advantage of that. My supervisor still got paid even when she was sick. That's sick man!” (7 comments)

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