National Averages
Flight Inspector (Jet)
Core Compensation Median % of Total
Base Salary $77,022 70.5%
Bonuses $1,525 1.4%
Value of Benefits
Social Security $6,009 5.5%
401K/403B $2,828 2.6%
Disability $707 0.6%
Healthcare $6,592 6.0%
Pension $4,948 4.5%
Time Off $9,667 8.8%
Total Compensation $109,297 100%
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