Microsoft employees earn $39 per hour on average, or $81,000 annually, which is 36% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Microsoft is a Corporate Account Executive at $200,000 annually while the lowest paying job at Microsoft is a Game Tester at $20,000 annually.See all Microsoft salaries »
"Underpaid - due to the amount of work that is needed to get done. Logistics Coordinator is the heartbeat of getting the customer's orders to the right place at the right time working with 3PLs."
"Yes, I feel I was underpaid."
"No - I believe the pay is correct for the skill level involved, though I would like it better if I had vacation and health care without having to take bits out of my own wages. As a contractor, I actually gave up a dollar per hour to have so-so health care and I turned down paid vacation because the total I'd be paid was less than what they would be taking out of my wages to pay for it."
"No, though it should be noted that the job mentioned here is an older job; my last job paid more because I was more advanced in skill, and while I'd -take- $43/hr over nothing, I'd feel less sanguine about it today, especially if that figure didn't include medical/dental."
"No I think Microsoft pays well, no questions of being underpaid."
"I believe the pay is fair. Could be better of course."
"Underpaid for working through Volt."
"Really. This job is a piece of cake. I've tried farming, logging, etc. Making way less money, completely exhausted every day, wondering if I'll even make it home each day.Plus there's nothing better than working with a cohesive team on cutting-edge technology. The only bad thing about making a lot of money, is you tend to build up your lifestyle to then require it, rather than it being a luxury, then afterwards it's very difficult to find another job that pays as well."
"Well in this promotion we make a software for love, passion no money."
"I think that the amount of things given to me while in the program on top of being paid actual cash was more than enough."
"The work I perform today, no need to play other roles on the team, I think it fair."
"For the job I do today, I believe is the fair."
"I was underpaid but it was just the matter of time - I would have got promoted."
"A little bit underpaid. -:)"
"I joined Microsoft, Redmond, after completing 5 years in Microsoft, India. Although, I was relatively new when compared to other employees in my team, I have been paid along the same lines and I consider that I was being properly paid for the work I get done."
"I am being underpaid. My salary is based on my title. However, my title does not reflect my actual work load or scope of responsibility."