AT&T employees earn $27 per hour on average, or $56,000 annually, which is equal to the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at AT&T is a Key Account Executive at $148,300 annually while the lowest paying job at AT&T is a Information Assistant at $16,300 annually.See all AT&T salaries »
"I feel like I am slightly underpaid, considering that an SSR's salary is based on education and experience. I have 5 years combined experience in clerical, administrative, and retail positions, along with two college degrees, and I'm only making barely over $16k a year? Something's not right with that picture."
"I can't lie, the pay and benefits here are above average."
"The pay is not an issue. AT&T pays very generous."
"I feel I am being under paid."
"Neither. I feel that I am being paid fairly for my experience, education, and work that I provide."
"I think that if you love what you're doing you are never working. The pay is just to pay the bills. The reward is getting things done."
"I am paid more for college, and experience in telecommunications."
"The pay is low compared to most techs in the business. The amount of work we have to performed we are underpaid. When I first got the jobs another department was doing the same job for more pay then we picked it up and where paid less."
"I feel that I was paid just right."
"I think the compensation was great."
"Not at all, was very pleased with the pay."
"I am being compensated on my ability to close business and build business. I prefer this because I write my own paycheck."
"I feel that I am being underpaid."
"The compensation aspect of the business has managers being underpaid."
"I felt I was paid generously for the type of work I was performing and the experience I brought to the table at the time."
"Underpaid. The payment I receive is not suitable for my experience."
"I feel for the work we do we are paid very fairly. As a rep, we get 2 raises a year with our salary. Our commission structure is a bit different. It seems our at risk pay seems to decrease more often than what it should. When I started 4 yrs ago, our at risk was $1240. Now we are down to $1,100."
"Looking to increase my salary."