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10 Student Operator Salaries

Student Operators earn $30,000 annually on average, or $14 per hour, which is 72% less than the national average for all working Americans. Our data indicates that the best paid Student Operators work for University of Southern California at $30,000 annually.

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$21K University of New Hampshire's Average Student Operator Salary (1 salaries)

-$9K (35%) less than national average Student Operator salary ($30K)
-$9K (35%) less than average University of New Hampshire salary ($30K)
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Equal to average University of New Hampshire Student Operator salary ($21K)
"The students here start at ~$9/h and there's not many raises. For the amount of access and responsibilities we have, we don't make much. But as it is a student job, primarily for education and experience, I'll sacrifice some money now for a good job later."

$30K University of Southern California's Average Student Operator Salary (8 salaries)

Equal to national average Student Operator salary ($30K)
-$8K (23%) less than average University of Southern California salary ($38K)
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Equal to average University of Southern California Student Operator salary ($30K)
Equal to average University of Southern California Student Operator salary ($30K)
Equal to average University of Southern California Student Operator salary ($30K)
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$28K Cleveland State University's Average Student Operator Salary (1 salaries)

-$2K (6%) less than national average Student Operator salary ($30K)
-$2K (6%) less than average Cleveland State University salary ($30K)
$50K
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$150K
Equal to average Cleveland State University Student Operator salary ($28K)
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