Rogelio Palomera-Arias

Assistant Professor
University of Texas at San Antonio

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Rogelio Palomera-Arias in 2020 was employed in University of Texas at San Antonio and had a reported pay of $37,550 according to public records. This pay is 23 percent higher than average and 156 percent higher than median salary in University of Texas at San Antonio.

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Key Data

Year2020
Full NameRogelio Palomera-Arias
Job TitleAssistant Professor
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StateTexas
EmployerUniversity of Texas at San Antonio
Annual Wage $37,550

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Employer NameUniversity of Texas at San Antonio
Year2020
Number of Employees8,059
Average Annual Wage$30,640
Median Annual Wage$14,667
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