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EMPLOYERJOB TITLEBASE SALARYLOCATIONSUBMIT DATESTART DATECASE STATUS
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER82,000BOISE, ID07/03/201312/06/2013WITHDRAWN
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER82,000BOISE, ID07/05/201312/06/2013CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER86,740BOISE, ID03/09/201508/15/2015CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER87,000BOISE, ID07/18/201612/06/2016CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER89,300BOISE, ID03/09/201508/15/2015CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER89,900BOISE, ID04/26/201309/26/2013CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER90,000BOISE, ID02/15/201308/15/2013CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER92,000BOISE, ID03/03/201608/29/2016CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER92,000BOISE, ID03/03/201608/22/2016CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER92,700BOISE, ID03/09/201508/15/2015CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER94,395BOISE, ID04/06/201508/15/2015CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER105,000BOISE, ID10/07/201610/31/2016CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER106,029BOISE, ID04/19/201609/26/2016CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER107,000BOISE, ID05/10/201309/27/2013WITHDRAWN
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER107,000BOISE, ID05/07/201309/27/2013CERTIFIED
MICRON TECHNOLOGY INCDRY ETCH PROCESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER123,000BOISE, ID04/26/201609/27/2016CERTIFIED

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