Boeing employees earn $36 per hour on average, or $75,000 annually, which is 29% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Boeing is a Program Director at $143,800 annually while the lowest paying job at Boeing is a Materials Handler at $28,000 annually.See all Boeing salaries »
"I feel I'm being underpaid."
"I feel like my generation as a whole is underpaid compared to what those generations before and those generations after will probably be paid. I feel like I will always be able to feel the effect of the 2008 downturn in my salary just because the people coming through during that time were scratching to get a job so would work for very little. I would hate to know how many times I've been told I'm lucky to have a job."
"Underpaid. I know I am due for a raise and am waiting for it."
"I went back to school to change careers several years ago and the pay is about what is to be expected for a software engineer at this level."
"Paid based on number of years experience in the field of work."
"They paid according to experience so I cannot say underpaid or overpaid."
"I don't feel underpaid at all. I think that I still have much to learn and my pay will increase with time and improved skills."
"As a contractor, I believe my pay is just slightly higher than average,but I will give you 110%."
"Paid current market value."
"Fair market value, and paid very well."
"Since I was not able to expand my skills, I ended up not being underpaid."
"I feel that I am paid about the average for my experience."
"I am probably one of the few software engineers worth the top of the pay scale, so I feel that I'm paid approximately what I'm worth."
"Underpaid, I am not only an analyst but a programmer in SAP, coupled with Material Management background, I am being paid level 4 instead of level 5."
"Can make more else where especially in sales."