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What is the average salary of University of Tennessee Postdoctoral Research Associate?

University of Tennessee Postdoctoral Research Associates earn $46,000 annually, or $22 per hour, which is 11% higher than the national average for all Postdoctoral Research Associates at $41,000 annually and 36% lower than the national salary average for ‚Äčall working Americans. The highest paid Postdoctoral Research Associates work for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory at $89,000 annually and the lowest paid Postdoctoral Research Associates work for University of California Santa Barbara at $30,000 annually.

$53K Knoxville, TN Postdoctoral Research Associate Average Salary at University of Tennessee ·

+$12K (25%) more than national average Postdoctoral Research Associate salary ($41K)
+$23K (55%) more than average University of Tennessee salary ($30K)
"Lower than the Post Doc in ORNL, but still good considering the cost of living."

$30K University of Tennessee Postdoctoral Research Associate without location (10 salaries)

-$11K (30%) less than national average Postdoctoral Research Associate salary ($41K)
Equal to average University of Tennessee salary ($30K)

What is the salary for Postdoctoral Research Associate at University of Tennessee?

The salary for Postdoctoral Research Associate at University of Tennessee is $46,000 annually.

What company pays the highest salary for the Postdoctoral Research Associate position?

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory pays the highest salary for the Postdoctoral Research Associate position at $89,000 annually.

What company pays the lowest salary for the Postdoctoral Research Associate position?

University of California Santa Barbara pays the lowest salary for the Postdoctoral Research Associate position at $30,000 annually.

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