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Space Needle average salary is $66,643, median salary is $66,643 with a salary range from $66,643 to $66,643.
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Food Service, Manager 66,643-66,643 Seattle, WA, 98060 2010 Space Needle Food Service, Manager Salaries (1)
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Space Needle Information
  • Space Needle LLC
  • Industry: Entertainment/Media
  • City: Seattle, WA
  • The Space Needle officially opened on April 21, 1962 - the first day ofthe World's Fair. It remains the most popular attraction in the PacificNorthwest today.