Raytheon employees earn $36 per hour on average, or $75,000 annually, which is 29% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Raytheon is a Director at $194,600 annually while the lowest paying job at Raytheon is a Inventory Control Specialist at $22,000 annually.See all Raytheon salaries »
"This is a very high-paying field."
"Underpaid since there is no equity compensation."
"Feel like underpaid with lack of motivation."
"The starting pay at Raytheon is very competitive, but the raises tend to be a bit on the small side. After a few years, you're making significantly less than your friends out in the commercial world."
"I feel the pay is equivalent to what a first time technical writer should be making."
"I believe for an entry level position, I made an amount that satisfied the market value."
"The pay at Raytheon was very good for me. And there was room for improvement if I did not retire to relocate to Arlington, Tennessee."
"My pay was good for time I was an MPM."
"Underpaid. I know this compared to other positions available within the company."
"I felt I was in the ballpark. I didn't ask to be overpaid. If inept managers want to provide me with fortune, so be it. I know Raytheon got their money's worth."
"Underpaid! Still, I want to more than earn my salary by providing real value."
"I am definitely being underpaid. Colleagues that are employed by the same employer and from other companies doing that same work get paid dramatically more than what I am currently making."
"Pay was fair. I never had an issue with salary. Overtime was compensated, too."
"Pay is good for the new hiring. However, people are not always measured by what they are paid. And most people are looking for the growth within the organization beyond just the paid increase.How to restore the entrepreneurship and invest on new diversified research and development might be the most challenging jobs for their CEOs."