What are typical documentation specialist salaries?

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Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?

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Kim in Rock Island, Illinois

74 months ago

Yes I think it depends on experience, and location. I am a new documentation specialist in the midwest and am hovering just under 40k. I think it's low but I am new.

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Mia in Chicago,IL in Tinley Park, Illinois

71 months ago

I only get 27K a year. Do you know about in job oppurtunities that here in Chicago or close by?

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leanneglazebrook@yahoo.com in Ramona, California

38 months ago

It depends on the company and location. Currently I'm a Documentation Manager and I make around 83,000 a year, but in this job market today it's what they are calling a buyers market. Employeers know there are a lot of indivduals that need a job so they will drop down as far as 40,000 a year.

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callan100@roadrunner.com in Santa Ana, California

25 months ago

Mia in Chicago,IL in Tinley Park, Illinois said: I only get 27K a year. Do you know about in job oppurtunities that here in Chicago or close by?

Try Baxter Healthcare Corp. in Round Lake, IL...it is a good company with solid growth and good benefits. The corporate office is in Deerfield...check out the openings on Baxter Healthcare.com and Good Luck!...it's tough out in the job market but 27K a year seems very low.

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