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Snap-on Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at Snap-on stay with the company for 4.1 years. Employees most commonly join Snap-on after leaving Walmart. When they leave Snap-on, they most frequently get their next job at The Home Depot.
|Average Length of Employment|
Mac Tools3.6 years
Milwaukee Electric Tool3.4 years
|Top Employers Before Snap-on|
US Army9.7 %
US MARINE CORPS5.8 %
|Top Employers After Snap-on|
The Home Depot8.0 %
Sears Holdings7.0 %
Johnson Controls7.0 %
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