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L'atelier average salary is $87,500, median salary is $87,500 with a salary range from $85,000 to $90,000.
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Applications Administrator 90,000-90,000 Barrington, IL, 60010 2015 L'atelier Applications Administrator Salaries (1)
L'atelier Barrington, IL Salaries
Computer Applications & Information Systems Admi 85,000-85,000 Barrington, IL, 60010 2014 L'atelier Computer Applications & Information Systems Admi Salaries (1)
L'atelier Barrington, IL Salaries
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  • L'Atelier
  • Industry: Other
  • City: South Miami, FL
  • L'Atelier was originally conceived as an art workshop for children. The word atelier, which derives from the French language, means work room or artist studio. Historically ateliers served not only as a place where seamstress, carpenters, painters, sculptors and other artists could create their artwork, but also as a place where people could spend time thinking and getting inspired. Since an early age, Simonetta , the owner of L'Atelier grew up surrounded by ateliers, which supported her idea of developing an attitude towards art as a way of expression and not only as the creation of a product. This...