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Wabtec average salary is $50,750, median salary is $50,750 with a salary range from $44,000 to $57,500.
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Low
44,000
Average
50,750
Median
50,750
High
57,500
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Statistical Analyst 57,500-57,500 New York, NY, 10001 2016 Wabtec Statistical Analyst Salaries (2)
Wabtec New York, NY Salaries
Statistical Analyst 44,000-44,000 New York, NY, 10001 2013 Wabtec Statistical Analyst Salaries (2)
Wabtec New York, NY Salaries
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Wabtec... Information
  • Wabtec Corporation
  • Industry: Railroads
  • City: Wilmerding, PA
  • Wabtec Corporation was formed in November 1999 when Westinghouse Air Brake Company merged with MotivePower Industries, Inc. The original Westinghouse Air Brake was founded in 1869 by George Westinghouse shortly after he successfully demonstrated the first straight air brake systems to the railroad industry. Three years later, Westinghouse developed the first automatic air brake system, which had a built-in safeguard whereby the brakes on the entire train would apply automatically if the train should separate or if air pressure should escape due to leakage in the system. This system was first installed on a Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train in Pittsburgh