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Marketing, Product Development Manager Los Angeles, CA Salary

Marketing, Product Development Manager Los Angeles, CA average salary is $56,772, median salary is $47,300 with a salary range from $19,631 to $1,984,320.
Marketing, Product Development Manager Los Angeles, CA salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Marketing, Product Development Manager Los Angeles, CA salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
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19,631
Average
56,772
Median
47,300
High
1,984,320
Total 2 Los-Angeles-CA Salaries. Sorted by Salary, page 1
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Job Title Company Salary City Year
Marketing, Product Development Manager Twinsies 55,000 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 02/25/2005
Marketing, Product Development Manager The ADEPT Group 48,000 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 10/30/2002
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