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Nemetschek North America average salary is $55,000, median salary is $55,000 with a salary range from $55,000 to $55,000.
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Occupational Therapist 55,000-55,000 San Angelo, TX, 76901 2011 Nemetschek North America Occupational Therapist Salaries (1)
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  • Nemetschek North America Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Columbia, MD
  • Nemetschek NA was founded in June 1985 as Diehl Graphsoft Inc. Since its inception, it has played a formative role in the computer-aided design (CAD) field. The company has redefined the marketplace by setting a high standard for its products, constantly testing and refining them to surpass our users expectations. In the process, it has become an internationally respected leader in CAD technology. In fact, the name of our flagship product for many years, MiniCAD, was changed to VectorWorks to more accurately represent our world-class software