General Motors employees earn $31 per hour on average, or $65,000 annually, which is 15% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at General Motors is a Global Director at $175,000 annually while the lowest paying job at General Motors is a Cashier at $18,400 annually.See all General Motors salaries »
"Underpaid for market, by far."
"I feel like I am paid the appropriate amount due to my lack of experience in this field. Nobody is going to say no to more money though."
"Underpaid for sure. Accepted the position to get a foot in the door."
"Underpaid to my education level and average market pay."
"Due to the Automotive Industry financial crisis the salaries have been frozen or with a minimal increases in the last 5 years plus the inflation makes that the opportunities to increase your benefits are diminished. Some other industries are paying from 30 to 60 % more for the same kind of duties."
"Not really sure how to answer. It seems the higher pay level, the less you are required to do... I guess you can say it is never enough."
"I believe the pay system is very responsible and valid as the pay is directly tied into each persons performance. There is a very well thought out and competitive bonus incentive system that rewards individuals for going above and beyond."
"As I am an intern I feel like I am paid fairly."
"At GM, I think I'm actually underpaid. I did not negotiate a salary like a lot of people did. My guess is that there are Managers making more than me."
"Considering the total compensation package, I'm doing fine."
"Underpaid, but for the amount of work I am doing it is fair I guess."
"When I started at this position I was content with my salary. But few years down the line I have done my research on the market and found that the current salary is not up to mark where it should be."