"I am absolutely being underpaid for what I do. I've always been underpaid at Home Depot. I've had to run around like a mad man constantly, drive forklifts, purchase products from vendors, and make sales plans and still get paid what I feel is a mediocre wage considering all of my responsibilities."
"Underpaid of course! With my experience and years as an architect, coming to America threw me backwards."
"I think it is a little underpaid for the experience."
"Based on my college education, my common knowledge, my store knowledge, and the fact that I'm working in a higher level department while getting paid a lower level department's pay, I am being underpaid."
"Our money is fiat or fake its only worth what people can get for it."
"I think that I am getting underpaid, however it's a competitive market and anyone can do customer service, but not everyone can do it well."
"Underpaid for the amount of work I do."
"I feel with my experience and education, I am underpaid."
"I feel I am being underpaid for all my skills and knowledge."
"Haven't been on the job long enough to have a higher salary but the salary for people that have held this position for many years isn't that high."
"I'm being underpaid for my experience level vs other agents. I am a mentor in every tech support situation I've ever been in and I contribute ideas and suggestions often."
"I'm not being underpaid or overpaid. I'm being paid just right."
"Currently, I feel I am underpaid."
"Underpaid. There are people that do less work and get more."
"Way underpaid for the amount of work required to run the garden department."
"Underpaid considering the amount of work I would do, the knowledge I had to do, and the other duties and responsibilities that came along with the job. The health benefits were very over priced and the coverage was very poor for the price. Again, there is very little chance you would get any kind of raise or any chance to advance within the company."