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Nelson average salary is $125,000, median salary is $125,000 with a salary range from $125,000 to $125,000.
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Senior Investment Associate 125,000-125,000 Greenwich, CT, 06830 2013 Nelson Senior Investment Associate Salaries (1)
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  • Industry: Architecture/Engineering
  • City: Philadelphia, PA
  • NELSON has grown and evolved since its inception in 1977. Founded as an interior design firm by John J. Nelson, Sr., the organization did some of its most visible architectural and interiors work during its early years. By focusing on high profile renovations and large new space installations throughout the 1980's, the firm won national and international awards for interior design and lighting and its work was featured in various publications. As corporations globalized and focused more on core competencies, the need was recognized to minimize the number of firms they engaged for outsourced services and seek out firms with