Amazon.com employees earn $26 per hour on average, or $53,500 annually, which is 5% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Amazon.com is a Senior Engineering Manager at $173,700 annually while the lowest paying job at Amazon.com is a Customer Service Associate at $19,400 annually.See all Amazon.com salaries »
"I feel my pay is accurate for the level of skill, tenure and success I bring with me."
"Underpaid for the amount of work."
"Underpaid and think others companies can do better."
"When I started to work for the company trough a staffing company I started to earn 11/hr and then I was hired directly by Amazon.com, where they paid me 12/hr the first 6 months, and I receive an increase every 6 months, so I think it's good for the future in the company."
"It's the average pay for developers."
"I'm overpaid in Amazon China probably, but underpaid for me. I got a much higher package at graduation."
"Correctly paid as per my skills."
"Correctly paid, because of kind of task assigned to us."
"Compared to interns in Canada I feel overpaid. However, my internships in Canada were usually much worse. I show up to work, and only get 4 hours of work if I am lucky. Management's difficult to deal with because they never take you seriously. Compared to that, my time in the United States was great. My pay was also very standard compared to other people interning at software companies in Seattle and California."
"It's a competitive pay for the employee."
"I heard one intern was paid $45,000, I had $55,000, and another intern had $65,000."
"As I have not yet had much experience it is hard for me to judge the appropriate level of compensation. However I have an expectation to earn at least more than $80,000 annually."
"I believe the pay is not as much as it should be. The long hours and working environment should warrant more pay."
"I feel the pay is right for the job."
"I feel I am being underpaid, since my friends who are doing same works are getting paid better."
"I don't think so. I think it is ok."