Rite Aid employees earn $14 per hour on average, or $30,000 annually, which is 60% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Rite Aid is a Pharmacy Manager at $113,000 annually while the lowest paying job at Rite Aid is a Front End Clerk at $16,000 annually.See all Rite Aid salaries »
"I feel the pay I make is simply unlivable for anyone and the minimum wage needs to be raised. Compared to how much work I put in vs how much I get paid: I go in, I do my job, I go home. Do I feel I deserve more pay for the job I do? Yes. Is the pay what I agreed upon when I took the job? Yes."
"Under payed. I made 13 an hour being an installation technician (wire pulling grunt) for ADT, and that was the LOWEST they payed... now I'm the stand in manager when the store manager is absent and I make 11 an hour"
"Underpaid, and the only reason I am making what I am making is because I started out with Eckerd Drug and then Rite Aid bought out Eckerd Drug."
"As far as retail is concerned, my pay for the position was decent. However, the compensation I was receiving for travel to the stores throughout the district was abysmal."
"Very underpaid! Very demanding work with no appreciation. The only reason to stay is the 1199 union."
"For the work that I am performing, I feel that the salary given to me is sufficient."