Capital One employees earn $25 per hour on average, or $52,800 annually, which is 6% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Capital One is a Senior Vice President at $175,500 annually while the lowest paying job at Capital One is a Customer Care Representative at $19,700 annually.See all Capital One salaries »
"I would like to be paid more that $18,000.00/year, given that I do have a bachelor's degree"
"Due to an advanced degree, I am probably overvalued by my company. Raises are few and far between, but performance bonuses say I must be doing something ok!"
"I am being underpaid for this type of work."
"Underpaid, the large sums of money, and responsibility, and stress, don't equal the pay."
"I have been a Project Manager since 2006. I started as an Associate PM and have continued to move up through the last 7 years. I believe I have been properly compensated for my various roles and increased responsibility."
"I am satisfied with my current compensation. I believe my annual salary and bonus reflects the hard work and dedication I provide to my company."
"Well money is not the primary reason, but it is an important factor that motivates me to do the job."
"I feel that I am paid fairly for the most part, but I also feel like after 5 years of moving up, I should be compensated more for my knowledge and for the size of the projects I am currently implementing."
"I am satisfied with my pay, but would like to work closer to home and have telecommuting ability."
"As a new hire coming directly out of college, I think I'm being slightly overpaid, not that I'm complaining."
"I feel like I am being underpaid, but living in Dallas is cheap and does not bother me."
"Underpaid for the quantum of work done."
"As an intern, I would say I was closer to overpaid than underpaid."