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American Enterprise Institute average salary is $44,505, median salary is $44,505 with a salary range from $34,010 to $55,000.
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34,010
Average
44,505
Median
44,505
High
55,000
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Animal Scientist 34,010-55,000 Veblen, SD, 57270 2011 American Enterprise Institute Animal Scientist Salaries (2)
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  • American Enterprise Institute
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington Dc, DC
  • AEI is a tax-exempt non-profit organization with income of more than $19 million in 1998. Foundations provided 42 percent, corporations donated 28 percent, individuals donated 23 percent, and the rest came from conferences, sales, investments. Research, publishing, and conferences accounted for more than 75 percent of 1998 expenses. About 40 percent of research expenditures went for economic policy studies, and the balance was evenly divided between social and political studies and foreign policy and defense studies.