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Houston Zoo average salary is $37,684, median salary is $37,684 with a salary range from $37,368 to $38,000.
Houston Zoo salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Houston Zoo salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
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37,368
Average
37,684
Median
37,684
High
38,000
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Program Director 38,000-38,000 Roswell, GA, 30075 2012 Houston Zoo Program Director Salaries (2)
Houston Zoo Roswell, GA Salaries
Program Director 37,368-37,368 Roswell, GA, 30075 2010 Houston Zoo Program Director Salaries (2)
Houston Zoo Roswell, GA Salaries
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  • Houston Zoo, Inc.
  • Industry: Government
  • City: Houston, TX
  • The future looks brighter for the Houston Zoo than at any time in its 81 year history. Recently privatized and under new leadership, the Zoo prepares to meet the challenges and responsibilities of a twenty-first century zoo. Future exhibits will be habitat based presenting wildlife in naturalistic surroundings. Visitors will be immersed in a rich and interactive landscape, which will inspire them to care about conservation and the wise stewardship of our planet. Future Zoo exhibits will encourage care and compassion for all living things by changing people¡¯s attitudes and values about wildlife and wild places.