CitiGroup employees earn $29 per hour on average, or $61,000 annually, which is 9% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at CitiGroup is a Senior Global Program Manager at $157,500 annually while the lowest paying job at CitiGroup is a Batcher at $21,000 annually.See all CitiGroup salaries »
"I could be making more given the level of responsability I have."
"I feel that with my experience and skill set I should be making at least another 10 to 15k per year."
"I was underpaid in the worst capacity. My Salary did not even reach the lowest end of the scale in the national average. I brought this to the attention to my supervisors and the Senior Management (Managing Directors) via employee surveys but nothing was done. I had kept my job due to the quality of people whom I was working with and I was always able to telecommute when I needed to."
"Little bit underpaid compared to other VPs."
"The full compensation package was worth the slight difference when I took on this job."
"I was able to more, but nobody listen me. So, the benefit from my proposal nobody recognized and my skills was underpaid."
"Underpaid. Seeing the difference we make to the business, we could do better. Q: Why is reducing cost not considered as valuable as generating revenue"
"I felt that I was underpaid due to the extreme amount of stress and pressure in the job, and due to the amount of money I was bringing into Citicards."
"I've started with $48 an hour. CitI hired me as a full time employee and decreased my pay by 45%."
"I was pleased with my last salary as a .NET Developer."
"Under paid as I was under paid when I started at Citi."