Utah State University 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 Utah State University is a Assistant Professor at $56,000 annually while the lowest paying job at Utah State University is a Intern at $30,000 annually.See all Utah State University salaries »
"I feel I am being underpaid for the work I do."
"The pay is decent. But the intangibles you receive far overweigh the pay."
"Was definitely underpaid."
"I feel I am worth more and there should be a raise system in place for when people become more experienced and should be better compensated for the increase in knowledge and experience."
"Yes because I think I deserved to get paid more than this money. However, I understand that for this position in University it is not common to get more money. So I have no complaints."
"Being ok, it's moderate I would say."
"Hard to say that I'm underpaid as I am still working as a student employee."
"My baseline for pay is coming from student jobs so far, so it's not really relevant to say."