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Ayuda average salary is $65,520, median salary is $65,520 with a salary range from $39,520 to $91,520.
Ayuda salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Ayuda salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
39,520
Average
65,520
Median
65,520
High
91,520
Total 2 Ayuda Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More info
Associate Attorney 91,520-91,520 Glendale, CA, 91201 2012 Ayuda Associate Attorney Salaries (1)
Ayuda Glendale, CA Salaries
Legal Assistant 39,520-39,520 Glendale, CA, 91201 2012 Ayuda Legal Assistant Salaries (1)
Ayuda Glendale, CA Salaries
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  • AYUDA Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Miami Beach, FL
  • AYUDA, INC. is a non-profit organization founded in 1977. For 23 years, it has successfully provided (through its umbrella service) subsidized childcare for families of low-income, single, and teenage parents in Dade County. Legislative issues of the Florida Children's Forum for 1995 states that every child deserves a fair chance. If the state requires parents on welfare to go to work, this should not be at the expense of their children's health, safety, and education.