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U.s. Geological Survey average salary is $58,583, median salary is $58,583 with a salary range from $56,846 to $60,320.
U.s. Geological Survey salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. U.s. Geological Survey salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
56,846
Average
58,583
Median
58,583
High
60,320
Total 2 U.s. Geological Survey Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Sales Manager 56,846-56,846 Chantilly, VA, 20151 2012 U.s. Geological Survey Sales Manager Salaries (2)
U.s. Geological Survey Chantilly, VA Salaries
Sales Manager 60,320-60,320 Chantilly, VA, 20151 2010 U.s. Geological Survey Sales Manager Salaries (2)
U.s. Geological Survey Chantilly, VA Salaries
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U.s. Geological Survey... Information
  • U.S. Geological Survey
  • Industry: Government
  • City: Reston, VA
  • The USGS serves the nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize the loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life.