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RTI International Field Interviewers earn $37,000 annually, or $18 per hour, which is 6% higher than the national average for all Field Interviewers at $35,000 annually and 56% lower than the national salary average for ‚Äčall working Americans. The highest paid Field Interviewers work for RAND Worldwide at $83,000 annually and the lowest paid Field Interviewers work for Headway Workforce Solutions at $34,000 annually.

$37K Durham, NC Field Interviewer Average Salary at RTI International (2 salaries)

+$2K (5%) more than national average Field Interviewer salary ($35K)
-$24K (48%) less than average RTI International salary ($61K)
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$29K RTI International Field Interviewer in Durham, NC ·
-$8K (24%) less than average RTI International Field Interviewer salary ($37K)
"Inadequate given the risks associated with employment. Obviously these risks vary for different communities, but for a city about the size of 100,000, it is not sufficient compensation."
$44K RTI International Field Interviewer in Durham, NC ·
+$7K (17%) more than average RTI International Field Interviewer salary ($37K)
"Pretty even compared to other companies that do the same job."

$45K RTI International Field Interviewer without location (1 salary)

+$10K (25%) more than national average Field Interviewer salary ($35K)
-$16K (30%) less than average RTI International salary ($61K)

What is the salary for Field Interviewer at RTI International?

The salary for Field Interviewer at RTI International is $39,000 annually.

What company pays the highest salary for the Field Interviewer position?

RAND Worldwide pays the highest salary for the Field Interviewer position at $83,000 annually.

What company pays the lowest salary for the Field Interviewer position?

Headway Workforce Solutions pays the lowest salary for the Field Interviewer position at $34,000 annually.

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