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35,918 income tax records

CHC Payroll salaries by occupation title

Average salary per year*
Salary range**
Physician Assistant
135 income tax records
$53K – $164K
110 income tax records
$68K – $167K
Project Manager
59 income tax records
$44K – $126K
Nurse Manager
86 income tax records
$54K – $121K
158 income tax records
$34K – $129K
Speech Language Pathologist
119 income tax records
$23K – $97K
CT Technologist
129 income tax records
$45K – $96K
MRI Technologist
69 income tax records
$31K – $99K
85 income tax records
$37K – $102K
Human Resources
57 income tax records
$44K – $160K
Medical Laboratory Scientist
53 income tax records
$22K – $85K
188 income tax records
$33K – $202K
Financial Analyst
90 income tax records
$33K – $92K
Practice Manager
76 income tax records
$36K – $72K
Executive Assistant
58 income tax records
$31K – $73K
156 income tax records
$26K – $210K
X-Ray Technologist
165 income tax records
$29K – $90K
Medical Coder
73 income tax records
$30K – $72K
Resident Physician
273 income tax records
$24K – $58K
Registered Dietitian
55 income tax records
$21K – $67K
115 income tax records
$28K – $90K
72 income tax records
$26K – $82K
Certified Surgical Technologist
104 income tax records
$28K – $70K
Administrative Assistant
139 income tax records
$23K – $60K
Customer Service Representative
169 income tax records
$18K – $45K
Unit Secretary
108 income tax records
$19K – $44K
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This experience provides anonymous and aggregated salary insights, based on data that TurboTax customers explicitly chose to share with us when they filed their tax returns. This may not be representative of the total population.

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This includes:
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  • Tips
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  • Other income not subject to federal income tax

The average salary displayed for each occupation is the median of all salaries for TurboTax customers who self-reported that type of occupation on their tax return and chose to share that data with us when they filed.

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Our pages are based on the occupations that TurboTax customers list on their tax returns. Since the occupation that someone lists on a tax return may not always match their job title, we use approximation to help categorize similar occupations. For example, if you search for "teacher" salaries, you might also see salaries for jobs like "Teacher's Assistant" or "Preschool Teacher." Also, keep in mind that people working in the same occupation may have different levels of experience or education (and sometimes special degrees or certifications). If an occupation page includes insights for both entry-level and senior-level employees, you might see a wider range of salaries.
Total salary amounts here include total taxable wages, tips, prizes and other compensation. Salaries here are not representative of the total population and may reflect different levels of experience or education. Learn more
Total salary ranges shown here exclude outliers.