Walgreens employees earn $15 per hour on average, or $32,000 annually, which is 55% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Walgreens is a National Sales Manager at $142,700 annually while the lowest paying job at Walgreens is a Associate Beauty Advisor at $16,000 annually.See all Walgreens salaries »
"I feel that I am underpaid, I also know that if I want more money I have to continue my education. So I don't hold my job responsible for my lack of pay, I am in control of my financial destiny."
"I do feel that I'm overworked and underpaid."
"I think I was paid fairly to what I was asked to do. I don't think anyone can be overpaid, people work hard for their pay rates, not a lot of people even have one. Working with Walgreen's and earning promotion's, a person should deserve what they work hard for."
"I think I received adequate pay for the job I did. I came in not knowing anything about being a pharmacy technician. They gave me the training that I needed to complete my job proficiently."
"I feel I was being underpaid. A lot of other managers make more money."
"For a company like Walgreen's I feel the pay I receive is adequate."
"Yes I really do feel I wasn't paid enough."
"The pay is ok, but they don't give overtime anymore."
"Underpaid - the experience from the job pays off in the long run financially if one plans on staying in that position until they are 65."
"I felt as if we were getting underpaid because for the amount of work we were expected to do and for the amount of hours."
"I feel I am underpaid for that I am providing and have provided for the company. I enjoy thinking out of the box to come up with solutions for problems. I almost always deliver just don't feel that they care."
"Neither. Is fine pay for the job being done but I'm looking for higher pay. That is why I decided to go back to school and get some type of education. Do not want to live check to check for the rest of my life."