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Oxford University Press average salary is $80,000, median salary is $80,000 with a salary range from $75,000 to $85,000.
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Financial Analyst 85,000-85,000 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 2013 Oxford University Press Financial Analyst Salaries (2)
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Financial Analyst 75,000-75,000 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 2010 Oxford University Press Financial Analyst Salaries (2)
Oxford University Press Los Angeles, CA Salaries
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  • Oxford University Press, Inc.
  • Industry: Printing Services
  • City: New York, NY
  • Oxford University Press, Inc. (OUP USA), is Oxford University Press¡¯s second major publishing center, after Oxford (UK). It publishes works that further Oxford University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education.The Press had its origins in the information technology revolution of the late fifteenth century, which began with the invention of printing from movable type. The first book was printed in Oxford in 1478. In 1586, the University itself obtained a decree confirming its privilege to print books. This was further enhanced in the Great Charter secured by Archbishop Laud from King Charles I, which entitled the University to