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18 salaries (for 17 job titles)Updated 10/12/2022
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Finance Manager

2 Salaries submitted

$147,334

$104,174

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$43,159

Accountant

1 Salaries submitted

$75,314

$70,978

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$4,336

Quantitative Researscher

1 Salaries submitted

$112,011

$92,060

 | 

$19,951

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Investment Analyst

1 Salaries submitted

$78,632

$72,088

 | 

$6,545

Accounts Payable Specialist

1 Salaries submitted

$52,354

$50,009

 | 

$2,345

Accounts Receivable Specialist

1 Salaries submitted

$50,026

$47,837

 | 

$2,188

Accounting

1 Salaries submitted

$68,918

$65,928

 | 

$2,990

Chief Investment Officer

1 Salaries submitted

$270,135

$174,826

 | 

$95,310

Accounts Payable Supervisor

1 Salaries submitted

$69,281

$65,305

 | 

$3,976

$193,343

$130,198

 | 

$63,144

Finance Associate

1 Salaries submitted

$70,682

$67,208

 | 

$3,473

$66,620

$63,419

 | 

$3,201

Financial Advisor

1 Salaries submitted

$123,614

$77,846

 | 

$45,768

Senior Risk Analyst

1 Salaries submitted

$105,950

$90,735

 | 

$15,215

Accounting Clerk

1 Salaries submitted

$40,774

$39,331

 | 

$1,444

Eliassen Group

1 Salaries submitted

$63,178

$58,741

 | 

$4,438

Billing Specialist

1 Salaries submitted

$47,153

$45,349

 | 

$1,803

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The average College Board salary ranges from approximately $36,137 per year for a Graduate Student to $271,695 per year for a Vice President. The average College Board hourly pay ranges from approximately $17 per hour for a Graduate Student to $72 per hour for a Senior Software Engineer. College Board employees rate the overall compensation and benefits package 3.9/5 stars.

The highest-paying job at College Board is a Vice President with a salary of $271,695 per year.

The lowest-paying job at College Board is a Graduate Student with a salary of $36,137 per year.

College Board employees attributed a compensation and benefits rating of 3.9/5 stars to their company. Read what they think about their salaries on our Compensation FAQ page for ​College Board​​.

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