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Director of Product Development Salaries

423 Salaries
Updated Mar 3, 2017
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$135,938
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$169k
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$80,000
per year
A Director of Product Development in the Los Angeles, CA Area area reported making $80,000 per year
Additional Pay
$4k cash bonus
Job Highlights
Los Angeles, CA Area area
Full-time
 
5001 to 10000 employees
Company - Public
$138,000
per year
A Director of Product Development in the Washington, DC Area area reported making $138,000 per year
Additional Pay
$13k cash bonus
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
Washington, DC Area area
Full-time
 
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$135,000
per year
A Director of Product Development in the Greensboro, NC Area area reported making $135,000 per year
Job Highlights
3-4 years experience
Greensboro, NC Area area
Full-time
 
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$140,000
per year
A Director of Product Development in the Boston, MA Area area reported making $140,000 per year
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
Boston, MA Area area
Full-time
 
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$143,000
per year
A Director of Product Development in the St. Louis, MO Area area reported making $143,000 per year
Additional Pay
$29k cash bonus
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
St. Louis, MO Area area
Full-time
 
10000+ employees
Company - Public
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