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NASA Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at NASA stay with the company for 2.9 years. Employees most commonly join NASA after leaving Lockheed Martin. When they leave NASA, they most frequently get their next job at Lockheed Martin.
|Average Length of Employment|
Allied Barton Security SERV2.0 years
|Top Employers Before NASA|
Lockheed Martin14.4 %
U.S. Navy12.0 %
US Army10.8 %
|Top Employers After NASA|
Lockheed Martin15.9 %
Northrop Grumman7.2 %
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