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Xradia average salary is $194,109, median salary is $182,000 with a salary range from $76,544 to $312,000.
Xradia salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Xradia salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
76,544
Average
194,109
Median
182,000
High
312,000
Total 4 Xradia Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More info
Client Quality Manager 230,000-230,000 Houston, TX, 77001 2013 Xradia Client Quality Manager Salaries (1)
Xradia Houston, TX Salaries
Technical Instructor 76,544-76,544 Lafayette, LA, 70501 2013 Xradia Technical Instructor Salaries (1)
Xradia Lafayette, LA Salaries
Quality Assurance Manager 182,000-312,000 Casper, WY, 82601 2011 Xradia Quality Assurance Manager Salaries (2)
Xradia Casper, WY Salaries
Quality Representative Coordinator 170,000-170,000 PLEASANTON, CA, 94588 2010 Xradia Quality Representative Coordinator Salaries (1)
Xradia PLEASANTON, CA Salaries
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  • Xradia
  • Industry: Scientific
  • City: Pleasanton, CA
  • Located in Concord, California, near the heart of Silicon Valley, Xradia designs, develops and manufactures high-resolution 3D x-ray microscopes and x-ray imaging systems. Formed in 2000, Xradia is a privately held Delaware corporation that was established to commercialize the design and processing of zone plate optics for the development of state of the art x-ray microscope systems.