Toyota employees earn $24 per hour on average, or $50,000 annually, which is 11% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Toyota is a Senior Project Manager at $145,400 annually while the lowest paying job at Toyota is a Cashier at $17,000 annually.See all Toyota salaries »
"I believe my salary is competitive."
"Underpaid and I don't like to get paid by the car."
"I think i am being a little bit underpayed."
"The package is fair; commensurate with the skills, experience qualifications and requirements of the job. I am able to adequately take care of my responsibilities."
"I am being underpaid for all my work as a porter. Not because of the pay, but because I am not getting paid nearly enough for my education. I need a job that can pay more for me and still be able to push my skills as an artist and programmer to the limit."
"This is about average for contract work at a large company."
"My salary is kept confidential so I can't comment on that aspect of it. The below question is too vague. I would definitely change jobs if someone offered me 10 times as much but the likelihood of those scenarios is so low that I can't consider it. I would not consider leaving unless a recruiter offered 50% more in which case I would factor in QUITE a bit. At a minimum I would do a risk analysis to see the benefits of staying there long term. Long term security is important to me."