United Nations employees earn $26 per hour on average, or $55,000 annually, which is 2% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at United Nations is a Facilities Manager at $187,000 annually while the lowest paying job at United Nations is a Finance Assistant at $26,700 annually.See all United Nations salaries »
"Underpaid, public information assistant equals a campaign manager."
"Underpaid for the amount of work done day by day and the presure of the job."
"UNF is a NGO and all intern are paid at the same rate. I am glad I can have chance to work there. Pay rate is not the only reason I would consider."
"On my 1st job I made around $300 monthly, but now I make $1500 a month."
"No, currently, my company gives some extras, like a educational bonus for a year and international trips with additional paid repeatedly about 2 months. Extra to money especially extra education bonus is great for me. If another company gives more bonuses than these (not only pay, extra bonuses for my self development) yes I might be tempted to change my job."
"This is Lebanon rate, but there are other UN organization paid more than this."
"Underpaid because many other ICT Assistants around the world receive more salary for their work, and the amount of tasks I have were a lot compared to them. I understand that was because of Bolivia's base salary analysis, but it wasn't accord of the organization should pay."