3.8 (230)
Industry: Transportation Equipment Manufacturing - HQ: Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture

Toyota Salaries

3.3 (based on 21 salary ratings)

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.

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Toyota Employee Salary Reviews

Anonymous Employee Salaries (14)
Posted last month in Torrance, CA

"I believe my salary is competitive."

Posted last month in Edinburgh, IN

"Underpaid and I don't like to get paid by the car."

Administrative Assistant Salaries (61)
Posted 3 months ago in Torrance, CA

"I think i am being a little bit underpayed."

Assistant Sales Manager Salaries (15)
Posted 8 months ago in San Fernando, CA

"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."

Posted 2 years ago in Stoughton, MA

Toyota Employees Average Salary Ratings

Average Rating
(based on 21 Toyota Salary Review Ratings)
Porter Salaries (7)
Posted 8 months ago in Fredericksburg, VA

"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."

Software Engineer Salaries (3)
Posted 8 months ago in Lexington, KY

"This is about average for contract work at a large company."

Posted 6 years ago

Average Toyota Employee Salaries in the Past 5 Years

Year Salary
2009 $56000
2010 $57000
2011 $60000
2012 $73000
2013 $77000
Mechanical Design Engineer Salaries
Posted 4 months ago in Georgetown, KY

"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."

Sales Consultant Salaries (199)
Posted 2 years ago
Sales Representative Salaries (197)
Posted 2 years ago in Apex, NC
Sales and Leasing Consultant Salaries (126)
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Sales Manager Salaries (113)
Posted last year in Sanford, FL
Posted 2 years ago