General Electric employees earn $30 per hour on average, or $62,500 annually, which is 11% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at General Electric is a Senior Vice President at $175,000 annually while the lowest paying job at General Electric is a Collections Coordinator at $24,300 annually.See all General Electric salaries »
"Good compensation but work location is an issue. So, I would change jobs."
"I feel underpaid. This is unfortunately the trend with my company."
"I am now somewhat ok, not fully satisfied."
"I think I was paid normally as per my role."
"Underpaid for the line of work considering that mobility includes DBA and IT director positions."
"Underpaid, for the area the salary seems low for a good lifestyle."
"The pay they offer for the work is underpaid."
"I believe that in the end I was being overpaid, but that was due to being pushed aside for younger hires. Being pushed out of the design end into checking and documentation to watch over the newbies and train them on how to do the job right. yes, the last couple of years I was overpaid."
"I feel well compensated."
"About right for the area, but would always like more and stock options."
"My salary is competitive to the market and I set myself aside compared to the rest of Materials Managers in my dedication to provide solutions. Depending on the position, I am more inclined to go with the best job that fits my skill set and work with the salary that is set for the role."
"Given my current responsibilities I believe that they lean more towards being a QA Engineer more than being a QA Tester. I believe that I am being compensated adequately for my job, but plan on securing a position that pays better."