Contractor

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Median Average:
$53,541
Contractor in United States median base salary $53,541/yr. Information is based on 48 Contractor jobs advertised between October 2019 and September 2020.
How much do Contractor earn in United States? The average salary of Contractor is $53,541 in United States
$53,541 /yr
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Average $53,541
Range $60K - $70K
Last updated September 18 2020
The average pay range for Contractor is between $60K and $70K. Salaries vary from a low of $30K up to $80K per year. The average number of Contractor roles advertised per month is 1154 in United States between October 2019 and September 2020.
What are the most common skills required to be a Contractor? The most common skills required for a Contractor are:
Android Android Android Android Accountability Accounting Android Android Android Android Accounting Administration Analytics Android Administrative Android Accessibility Accountability Accounting Administrative Android Accounting Administrative Support Algorithms Analytics Android Administration Administrative Adva Android
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These skills are most commonly found in Contractor job advertisements and position descriptions.

Last updated August 31 2020
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Information Technology roles in United States?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Information Technology roles. See what salaries they paid for Information Technology in United States. See how they compare to the average Information Technology salary of $53,541.
US Department of the Army
Honolulu (38%), Baltimore (14%), Nashville (14%), Louisville (12%) +2 others
42

$85K-$110K

($44,521)

$85K-$110K
($44,521)
US Department of the Navy
Honolulu (32%), Virginia Beach (19%), Providence (14%), San Diego (14%) +2 others
37

$81K-$119K

($46,958)

$81K-$119K
($46,958)
movieMEASURE LLC
Minneapolis (30%), Boston (17%), Chicago (17%), Memphis (17%) +1 others
23

$23K-$29K

(($27,441))

$23K-$29K
(($27,441))
Planet Fitness (United PF Partners)
New Orleans (44%), Kansas City (33%), Oklahoma City (22%)
18

$21K-$28K

(($28,708))

$21K-$28K
(($28,708))
State of North Carolina
Raleigh (100%)
14

$50K-$73K

($8,292)

$50K-$73K
($8,292)
Last Updated July 29 2020
How many years does it take to become a Contractor?
Most candidates undertake an average of 4 years Information Technology prior to being appointed as a Contractor.
Average Information Technology required to become a Contractor
Last updated September 28 2020
Most candidates have on average 8 years working experience prior to becoming a Contractor.
Average Information Technology required to become a Contractor
Last updated September 28 2020
Where are Contractor in United States sourced from?
Contractor are sourced from
these companies
Crowe Horwath LLP
Cunningham Lindsey
Deloitte
E Group
Contractor are sourced in United States are most likely to be sourced from these schools
Boise State University
University of Juneau
Boise State University
Duke University
Axiom College
Last updated September 25 2020
Where are most Contractor roles located in United States?
Tulsa 14 / 6%
Charlotte 10 / 4%
Cincinnati 10 / 4%
Atlanta 9 / 4%
Denver 8 / 3%
Last updated September 19 2020
Which locations in United States pay the most for Contractor?
Washington D.C. ($165K)
Providence ($155K)
Seattle ($103K)
San Jose ($101K)
Jacksonville ($100K)
Last updated September 19 2020
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