Walt Disney Company employees earn $29 per hour on average, or $61,000 annually, which is 9% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Walt Disney Company is a Director of Business Development at $172,300 annually while the lowest paying job at Walt Disney Company is a Cashier at $17,000 annually.See all Walt Disney Company salaries »
"My rate of pay seems to be comparable to others in my field."
"Slightly underpaid due to past compensation."
"It's a good pay, but if the market allows me more, why not?"
"I feel that the salary is OK, but I really want to improve it, along with my experience, of course."
"Some contracts have paid quite generously, but others have kind of skimped, so I have been both overpaid (no complaints) and underpaid. It depends so much on the company, not the skills required.While I like making more money instead of less, there is a lot more that makes a company attractive (or not) than the compensation, so I have taken positions where I was probably underpaid because it met other criteria."
"I was underpaid for the tasks, responsibilities and duties I was performing."
"For what I do, I honestly think I'm overpaid, but in comparison to others, I am underpaid."
"Way underpaid, as well as every other Disney employee."
"Just right for the position and the line of work. No complaints."
"I feel I am being rightly paid for the quality of work I do and the value I bring to the organization."
"I think it's a good salary, but always looking for improving it!"
"I feel like I'm underpaid, but it's the Walt Disney Company, and I've learned a lot from them, so I'm still very happy with it."