Walt Disney World employees earn $32,000 annually on average, or $15 per hour, which is 59% lower than the national salary average of $59,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Walt Disney World is a Character Attendant at $125,000 annually while the lowest paying job at Walt Disney World is an Attractions Hostess at $13,000 annually.
+$52K (89%) more than average Walt Disney World salary ($32K)
"The pay for Senior Technical Writer varies depending on the part of the country. I am currently a Staff Technical Writer (higher than Senior) in a biotechnology manufacturing firm, earning $80K per year in Miami. In Orlando, depending on the company size, my years of experience, and the industry, I could earn $65K to 75K, in San Francisco/Mountain View, I could earn $120K. In certain areas of the country, a Senior Technical Writer earns $55K."
-$15K (61%) less than average Walt Disney World salary ($32K)
"Working at a theme park (unless in really high management positions) is not about the money. Even folks who have worked there their entire lives reach a particular cap within their salary. I think the real draw to working at Disney World is being a part of the theme park experience. Working there was rarely hard and honestly most days were a lot of fun. There is a line of folks waiting to work at this place, and when that exists you do not have to pay that well."
+$65K (100%) more than average Walt Disney World salary ($32K)
"I am very pleased about the benefits provided by my current company as well as by my steady salary which increases by about 3% every year. I tend to be an exteremely loyal worker to the company I work for and therefore stayed employed at Disney for the past decade."