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Berkshire Partners average salary is $88,208, median salary is $88,182 with a salary range from $76,107 to $100,360.
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Software Engineer 79,498-100,360 Oakland, CA, 94601 2016 Berkshire Partners Software Engineer Salaries (4)
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Software Engineer 76,107-96,866 San Francisco, CA, 94101 2015 Berkshire Partners Software Engineer Salaries (4)
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Berkshire Partners... Information
  • Berkshire Partners LLC
  • Industry: Other Investment Firms
  • City: Boston, MA
  • Berkshire Partners was founded in the early 1980s by five individuals who wanted to create a private equity firm based on successful relationships, hard work, analysis, and the open decision making of all individuals. These goals and values continue to shape the way Berkshire Partners works and thinks.