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Wabtec Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at Wabtec stay with the company for 3.1 years. Employees most commonly join Wabtec after leaving U.S. Navy. When they leave Wabtec, they most frequently get their next job at Alstom.
|Average Length of Employment|
Trinity Industries3.0 years
LA BARGE TRUCKING3.0 years
|Top Employers Before Wabtec|
U.S. Navy17.3 %
US Army11.7 %
Lockheed Martin9.3 %
Collins Aerospace6.2 %
|Top Employers After Wabtec|
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