Looking for salaries for an HR Director level in the Philly area. 15 years experience, SPHR and a masters in HR Development.

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While not in Philly, our experiences almost lineup perfectly. I am in Raleigh, NC and am at 155k with 20% bonus potential.

I am over two in HR and five in talent acquisition.

I would guess if I moved to Philly, I’d be looking for about at 10% bump.

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