Dell employees earn $29 per hour on average, or $60,000 annually, which is 7% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Dell is a Executive Director at $270,700 annually while the lowest paying job at Dell is a Assistant Manager at $21,800 annually.See all Dell salaries »
"Neutral in salary but I could do more and exceed more."
"Really good pay. "
"In this job I was probably underpaid, because I didn't realize when I was hired that I was supposed to negotiate for a higher salary. This was the first company I worked for where negotiation was even an option, having only worked for sweatshop-type call centers with very high turnover before. It didn't occur to me until after the manager was surprised that I accepted their offer with no argument, that he had expected me to ask for more."
"I volunteer for a lot of extra activities with Dell for work and I am engaged in complex situations where being able to quickly distill an issue down to its essence. For the position I am in I believe that my pay is adequate but not overly so."
"I feel that the pay is fair."
"I feel that the compensation is about right."
"About correct for what I was doing."
"They treat me well and compensate me fairly."
"Work satisfaction is more important than salary."
"I was awarded Industry best compensation at the time of joining. But after that increment of the salary is not that much good."
"I felt I was compensated really well."
"It is competitive. Dell actually paid good salary in the past."
"Pay is fair but lots of travel."
"Our Team started getting paid somewhere with $40,000 to $52,000 and that was also the same range as ProSupport technicians and yet they were giving us their issues to fix. Help Desk Tier 3 Technology Salaries in the US range from $50,250 to $64,750 per Robert Half Technology 2014 Salary."
"I thought I did very well at my last employer. In addition to my salary, the benefits and bonuses were very competitive."
"I was being underpaid for what I did for the company."