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We currently have 3 open jobs at Yale University. We've calculated that the average salary at Yale University is $45K based on 351 user-submitted salaries A total of 15 Yale University employees gave Yale University an average happiness rating of 4.2 out of 5.0.

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Yale University is one of the leading Ivy League schools in the United States of America. The university was founded in the year 1701 in the colony of Connecticut. The university campus is currently located in New Haven, Connecticut. The college was not named Yale University until 1718, when a woman named Elihu Yale gave the college a generous gift. In 1861, Yale University was the first university in the world to award a Ph.D. degree at its Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Yale University is the second largest university in the world, financially. In 2011 its endowments were valued at $19.4 billion. The university contains over two dozen libraries with over 12.5 million volumes. The college also employs over 1,100 faculty members to teach and advise about 5,300 undergraduate and 6,100 graduate students. The university has produced many distinguished alumni, including presidents and multiple Nobel Laureates.

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Yale University employs over 1,100 faculty members. The university offers extremely competitive salaries to its faculty members, with an average of over $130,000 per year to its professors. A career with Yale University is a very personally rewarding experience, as its faculty is well-respected and interacts with important people throughout the world. The university also offers good benefits.

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