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Bethel College average salary is $84,667, median salary is $72,000 with a salary range from $72,000 to $110,000.
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Low
72,000
Average
84,667
Median
72,000
High
110,000
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Social Work Manager 110,000-110,000 Brooklyn, NY, 11201 2016 Bethel College Social Work Manager Salaries (1)
Bethel College Brooklyn, NY Salaries
Nurse 72,000-72,000 Brooklyn, NY, 11201 2011 Bethel College Nurse Salaries (2)
Bethel College Brooklyn, NY Salaries
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  • Bethel College
  • Industry: Other
  • City: St. Paul, MN
  • Bethel College is a private liberal-arts institution located in McKenzie, Tennessee. Bethel is affiliated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and is coeducational and fully accredited. The College offers 30 undergraduate programs and 3 graduate programs, including one undergraduate degree that can be earned in accelerated evening and weekend formats. Bethel's enrollment is 1,000 students, with a student-to-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. The College offers 15 intercollegiate athletic programs. Founded in 1842, Bethel is the second oldest private college in West Tennessee.