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www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Linguist/Salary

As of May 2017, the average pay for a Linguist is $61401 annually or $26.98/hr.

www.indeed.com/salaries/Linguist-Salaries

Average Linguist salary: $71722 per year. Data comes from 655 real salaries collected directly from employees and jobs on Indeed.

www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/linguist-salary-SRCH_KO0,8.htm

Apr 26, 2017 ... Linguist Salary: $57909 (average). What does a Linguist earn in your area? 383 Linguist Salaries from anonymous employees.

www.careerigniter.com/careers/linguist

The salary of linguists depends on the industry where they are hired. According to the May 2013 Occupational Employment and Wages report of the US Bureau ...

www.topuniversities.com/student-info/careers-advice/7-jobs-graduates-linguistics-degree

May 6, 2016 ... Salary: As a computational linguist, you could expect to work for blue chip companies, labs, universities or big software brands and earn ...

learningpath.org/articles/Linguist_Careers_Salary_Info_Job_Description.html

What are the pros and cons of a career as a linguist? Get real job duties, career prospects and salary information to see if becoming a linguist is…

work.chron.com/much-linguistics-majors-make-23693.html

While some linguistics majors become linguists, a degree in linguistics can lead to a career in one of several other areas, and the expected pay for linguistics ...

www.quora.com/What-is-the-average-salary-of-a-linguist-linguistics-professor-in-India

It varies from college and increases with as your years of service increase i.e. more experienced professor will receive more salary than a less experienced professor ...

www.academicinvest.com/arts-careers/linguistics-careers

This linguistics careers guide contains detailed occupational information on career paths relevant to this degree. Included are job descriptions, expected salaries ...

linguisticmystic.com/2010/03/30/reader-question-what-jobs-can-a-linguist-get

Mar 30, 2010 ... Mind you, with just the BA, linguistics-specific jobs will be very scarce, you'll be at a lower pay grade than an MA or Ph.D student, and the point ...