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May 27, 2011
What Does a Computer Programmer Aide Get Paid in Oregon?

What are the job responsibilities of a Computer Programmer Aide? What does an individual in this position get paid in Oregon?

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Here is the position summary for Computer Programmer Aide as found in BLR’s Salary Finder:

Converts project specifications and statements of problems and procedures to detailed, logical flow charts for coding into computer language. Develops and writes computer programs to store, locate, and retrieve specific documents, data, and information. May program websites.

In Oregon, the midpoint of salaries reported for the position (50th percentile) is $66,252. The 75th percentile (the rate below which 75% of salary data falls) is $85,253. The 25th percentile (the rate below which 25% of the data falls) is $50,230.

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How much should you pay a Computer Programmer Aide?, a leading provider of compensation data, scores this job as exempt (not entitled to overtime). According to's rate ranges, grade 36 has a minimum of $57,957. The midpoint is $77,279, and the maximum is $96,601.

How much should an employer be paying a Computer Programmer Aide in Oregon? It depends on many factors, but the most important are the experience and skills of the employee or applicant. Answer these questions: How much experience does he or she have? How highly skilled is he or she? Then, use the table below. Interpolate as necessary.

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