Waste Management employees earn $22 per hour on average, or $45,000 annually, which is 22% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Waste Management is a Director at $126,000 annually while the lowest paying job at Waste Management is a Data Entry Clerk at $25,000 annually.See all Waste Management salaries »
"I feel my salary is commensurate to the responsibilities of the job."
"I believe the pay is fair for what we do. Being that we often take the extra effort to complete our assignment I believe the company should reciprocate and give out small bonuses when assignments are completed well and in a timely manner."
"I started off with an average annual income of $40,000 which I believe is a high compensation for this position. However I would sacrifice compensation for fulfillment in the work place."
"I feel okay as per location but could provide more bonuses."
"Difficult to say. With my level of experience and core management abilities, certainly within max compensation range for the position. Director jobs in the market have a base similar in range."
"Yes, I do feel that I was underpaid. All of the other electronic recycling managers made at least $20,000.00/year more than I did although I had more experience. WM does not give bonuses or compensation and the pay scale isn't determined by what assets an employee brings to the company, but the pay is based on geography. I would not leave a company just because someone else offered me more. I believe in loyalty."