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J. Good-In average salary is $34,002, median salary is $33,396 with a salary range from $31,408 to $37,200.
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31,408
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34,002
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33,396
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37,200
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Graphic Designer 37,200-37,200 Brea, CA, 92821 2011 J. Good-In Graphic Designer Salaries (3)
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Graphic Designer 31,408-33,396 Brea, CA, 92821 2010 J. Good-In Graphic Designer Salaries (3)
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  • J. Good-In Inc.
  • Industry: Apparel Retail
  • City: Brea, CA
  • J. Good-In Inc. was founded in 1985 when a young entrepreneurial couple decided to continue the family legacy of jewelry-making in Downtown Los Angeles. It began as a small outfit for filigree and polishing work. Laurance Cheng, president and CEO, had learned the artform of jewelry-making in Taiwan, from a family with a long tradition of quality craftsmanship in fine jewelry. He and his wife, Jenny, had emigrated to the US to seek opportunity and a chance to build the American dream. What began as a small operation quickly blossomed into a wholesale/distribution outlet in 1990 when the old family