Oracle employees earn $44 per hour on average, or $91,000 annually, which is 48% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Oracle is a Vice President at $204,400 annually while the lowest paying job at Oracle is a Customer Service Specialist at $24,000 annually.See all Oracle salaries »
"I was hired at a cheap rate because of my lack of experience with the expectation that I would learn on the job. After three years doing the job at a level above expectations, my salary remains offensively low, even after our startup was acquired by Oracle, who have some deep pockets."
"I feel I have been paid adequate, although I haven't got a raise in 2 years."
"I've received 50% hike last year based on my exceptional performance but my current compensation is still below average when compared to global salaries."
"Yes, once get in, your salary won't change much."
"I feel I am underpaid a little."
"I am underpaid, since Senior Application Engineer in Oracle is an equivalent for Senior Software Engineer and my salary is less then market."
"The pay at Oracle is decent for the work we do."
"I consider the pay is moderate."
"None.... paid as per industry standards."
"Considering the flexibility which I value the most, I think I am paid about right."
"I think I am underpaid at this moment because my salary hasn't been raised since I came on board."
"Good starting salary. But no hikes thereafter. No bonus as well."
"Salary is too small for the work done. Sometimes there are many escalations and work on the week-ends."
"The salary is average. Depending on the work than the salary should be much higher since we work in various escalations even on week-ends and have to give timely updates."
"I am underpaid for the position."
"My salary was decent. It was both base and commission."
"I am underpaid in my current position."