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Worcester State College average salary is $87,723, median salary is $87,723 with a salary range from $87,723 to $87,723.
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Developer Ii 87,723-87,723 Mount Laurel, NJ, 08054 2010 Worcester State College Developer Ii Salaries (1)
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  • City: Worcester, MA
  • Worcester State College is offering an Undergraduate credit course this semester that you will want to know about. AR 350 E1 "Learning to See Worcester as a Creative City", taught by Stephen Mita on Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m. September 7- December 14, is a dynamic course offering for all ages. The course is visually presented with drawings, slides, and aerial pictures of the city depicting its development, changes , decisions, and impacts. Professor Mita will host sessions with Development Authority officials from Boston, Providence, and Worcester who will talk about their cities. You can expect some remarkably good conversation and discussion