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Ohio Precious Metals average salary is $67,600, median salary is $67,600 with a salary range from $67,600 to $67,600.
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67,600
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Assistant Project Manager 67,600-67,600 Philadelphia, PA, 19019 2010 Ohio Precious Metals Assistant Project Manager Salaries (1)
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  • Ohio Precious Metals LLC
  • Industry: Metals/Mining
  • City: Beaver Pike Jackson, OH
  • Founded over 30 years ago, Ohio Precious Metals (OPM) continues to provide our customers with outstanding service at reasonable prices. Located in America's Heartland, OPM is committed to fast and cost-effective service to many different industries and their varied needs. We are proud of our efficient processes for refining gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. OPM's customers are in many industries: jewelry, photographic, electronics, secondary refining/collecting, and banking.