Wal-Mart employees earn $12 per hour on average, or $24,000 annually, which is 80% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Wal-Mart is a Senior Engineering Manager at $156,600 annually while the lowest paying job at Wal-Mart is a Service Associate at $13,300 annually.See all Wal-Mart salaries »
"Yes, definitely underpaid as compared to the average."
"Getting paid exactly what I should be."
"Sometimes I feel like I'm underpaid for the job that I do. However, with the increase I receive I'm grateful for everything that I receive. Moreover, in today's economy I'm grateful for the job and the pay and do not complain."
"The pay at Wal-mart, is as such, the higher you get paid, the more you delegate versus hands on work. The pay is where it should be for someone training to move to a salaried manager position."
"My hourly at that time was 11.35, which isn't horrible however that is not what I desire in my life, I'm hungry for more which is why I switched careers."
"While being one of the higher paid sales associates for the time I spent, most sales associates don't make that much money. They know there's a cap in place, and know that sometimes employees are sacrificed to cut the bottom line. It makes them less likely to want to succeed when their bonuses are often taken away for reasons they aren't responsible for."
"For the amount of stress and work that you go through every day as well as coming in on your off days, this position is extremely underpaid and under appreciated."
"Underpaid because of everything you're responsible for."
"I feel like that I am underpaid because of all the work that we have to do and we only get little pay but the things is that the certain amount of months that you stay there your pay rate goes up."
"Not at the time because I was working there as a part-time associate while I was going to school."
"No I feel that minimum wage is the standard for cashiers. The work isn't great but it's not difficult enough to need higher wages either."
"I think for the position and the man hours it took I feel underpaid for the position. I would be working nearly 60 hours a week."
"Underpaid because there is so much responsibility involved."
"I think if you do your job to the letter meaning everything they expect you to do and more; you are being underpaid. But most people that work there are being overpaid because they don't do their job they just go hang out at work."
"I believe I am receiving a decent amount of compensation."