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    Zeller average salary is $37,440, median salary is $37,440 with a salary range from $37,440 to $37,440.
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    Research & Development Analyst 37,440-37,440 Richmond Hill, NY, 11418 2010 Zeller Research & Development Analyst Salaries (1)
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    • Zeller Corporation
    • Industry: Service Providers
    • City: Rochester, NY
    • In 1958, Henry Zeller moved his family from Jamestown, NY to Rochester. He had taken a job for $150 per week with Horaczek and Hayden to start Rochester Electric Supply. Hank¡¯s goal was to provide excellent products and excellent service to industrial customers.In 1961, Hank was 40 years old. He had worked for many different companies and felt he had to work for himself to be happy. He was convinced that the way to have a good company was to hire highly qualified people who would provide outstanding service to their customers. With financial support from a friend, he began