Texas Instruments 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 Texas Instruments is a Director at $174,000 annually while the lowest paying job at Texas Instruments is a Intern at $25,000 annually.See all Texas Instruments salaries »
"I am paid good. I am not feeling bad!"
"No, I do not feel being underpaid."
"I am definitely getting underpaid. I have had job offers for over 100k, but I do not want to be a slave. I can make money anytime, there is more to life than money. But just because I say that, don't come bringing me low ball offers. Lets put it this way, every job I have had, I am in the upper top 10% in regards to skill."
"I just began the job, so I think I got what I should be paid."
"I have added many specialties to my core training, so it is getting more difficult to find a position that is specific enough to take my varied training into account to pay me what I should get with my experience."
"Being a contract position, we only get a chunk of pie."
"Not really, for a fresher in industry it could be a good start."
"Underpaid - though I would do this job for pay-the-bills money. Every salary survey I see for senior-level microelectronics failure analysis engineers indicates I am in the lower half of the pay scale. I suspect I would (and will, for subsequent positions) push for greater compensation if I were less happy with what I am doing."
"I feel I'm being paid the market average."