UPS employees earn $14 per hour on average, or $30,000 annually, which is 60% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at UPS is a Director of HR at $139,300 annually while the lowest paying job at UPS is a Package Helper at $16,000 annually.See all UPS salaries »
"Pay was good for a student position."
"If I received monetary or time compensation for working weekends, I would say I am being paid appropriately. However, I do work on weekends and have been denied comp days multiple times. As a result I have to say that I am underpaid."
"I think for the work I do the pay was equal to the workload. Not more and not less."
"Since I have been only two years with the firm the benefits are great if only I had more hours with higher pay."
"The amount of work needed to be done is not worth the pay. So I'd say I'm highly underpaid."
"Neither. I am paid the correct amount with respect to my positions with the company."
"Pay is not enough for the amount of work."
"This compensation is the best I can get with the limited number of hours I am available to work weekly."
"At this moment I am unemployed, I am re-training myself to see if I become marketable again. I was fairly paid for what I did but they damaged so badly my career that since past January I am able to get a job. I joined NJIT in a program to enhance skills for IT professionals that lost their jobs. This program is sponsored by the department of Labor."
"It was okay pay but not enough pay part time."
"Underpaid, looking for more technologies challenges."
"I feel like I am being under paid."