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We've calculated that the average salary at Apollo Group is $45K based on 751 user-submitted salaries A total of 67 Apollo Group employees gave Apollo Group an average happiness rating of 3.6 out of 5.0.

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Apollo Group Careers & Info

Current CEOs: Gregory W. Cappelli

Status: Active

Apollo Group, Inc. is the owner of several for-profit educational institutions including the University of Phoenix, Axia College, Western International University, Institute for Professional Development, Insight Schools, and Olympus High School. Recently, Apollo acquired the BPP University College of Professional Studies, Chile’s UNIACC College and Mexico’s ULA College.

The Apollo Group was founded in 1973 to meet the needs of a growing population of working adult college students. In the 1970s, it was discovered that the working adults were often discriminated against in traditional universities, and many of those adults had to choose between their jobs and furthering their education. Dr. John Sperling strived to create an alternative system, where adult learners could attend class, study, and even make purchases at the college bookstore without having to sacrifices a career. Today, the focus of the Apollo Group is online education where adults all over the world can finish their degrees at an Internet-based school.

The Apollo Group is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. The company has offices in 40 states and the District of Columbia. In addition, international offices are located in Puerto Rico, Canada, Latin America, and Europe.

Individuals seeking Apollo Group careers can find opportunities across several domains. There are positions in accounting and finance, administration, customer service, enrollment, human resources, information and technology, Java, management, marketing, student services and software engineering. In addition, adjunct professors, full time professors, and other instructors are working at Apollo Group in many fields of expertise.

Every qualified employee receives a generous and competitive Apollo Group benefits package. The health care coverage includes medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision insurance. Employees have the option to partake in a health care reimbursement account and a dependent care reimbursement account. There are a variety of health initiatives, including a smoking cessation program as well. Other insurance benefits include dependent life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, fully paid life insurance, and long-term care insurance. Apollo offers a 401(k) plan, an employee stock purchase plan, paid vacation, and ten annual paid holidays. All Apollo Group employees may also be eligible for full tuition reimbursement.

The Apollo Group culture is based on fair treatment, tolerance, respect, consideration, and recognition for contributions to the company. The company’s philosophy is based on the fact that each employee brings a unique and valuable influence to the company. Apollo provides a diverse work environment and encourages individuals from different backgrounds and experiences to join the team.

What jobs pay the most at Apollo Group?

Senior Director of Hosting and Data Center Operations is the highest paying job at Apollo Group at $140,000 annually.

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