SAIC employees earn $38 per hour on average, or $78,000 annually, which is 33% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at SAIC is a Software Engineering Manager at $170,000 annually while the lowest paying job at SAIC is a Help Desk Support Specialist at $32,500 annually.See all SAIC salaries »
"Underpaid obviously. They gave me a $60/month raise after 4 years. That is nothing. And they acted like they were giving me a million dollars."
"I feel that I am adequately compensated for my workload. This workload varies day to day bug overall I am satisfied with my compensation."
"Underpaid, but work place benefits were considered to stay in place."
"My last salary is in line with the median salary for this area. I would not mind making more as I have more experience to go along with my education, clearance and certification."
"I think I was getting a little underpaid from the amount of time I worked with the company; however the business climate had a lot to do with that, so I was satisfied to have the level of income I had for the time I had it, through a time when many people were looking for work."
"Underpaid by about $25,000.00 per/year."
"I am being paid below the average annual salary for Senior Electrical Engineer. I am not sure why they are paying me this amount other than the company's way of saving money."
"The salary level was pretty average overall for this position."
"No, neither I do believe. I think it is all based on your client that you support and their demands."
"An advantage of being a consultant is that you are paid for all the hours you work, and employees often work more than 8 hours per day. Also, the assumption that employees are paid less in return for permanence and consultants are paid more for being temporary is something of a fallacy. I've often seen employees cut faster than consultants, and being paid more I am better prepared to be unemployed."
"I felt that I was being paid accurately. I went into my internship with no prior experience and was offered $20.00 an hour, which I believe is reasonable. If I had more experience going into the internship, I would have been offered $25.00 an hour."
"I believe underpaid because I'm not as experienced."