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University Of Chicago average salary is $43,389, median salary is $43,389 with a salary range from $43,389 to $43,389.
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Digital Media Analyst 43,389-43,389 Washington, DC, 20001 2011 University Of Chicago Digital Media Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • University of Chicago
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  • City: Chicago, IL
  • Founded by oil magnate John D. Rockefeller, the University of Chicago is a private, nondenominational institution of higher learning. Scientists at the University are working at the cutting edge of virtually every field of science, from cosmological astrophysics to molecular genetics and from high-energy particle physics to psychoneuroimmunology. Seventy-nine recipients of the Nobel Prize have been researchers, students or faculty members at the University at some point in their careers.