Wells Fargo Bank 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 Wells Fargo Bank is a Director at $143,300 annually while the lowest paying job at Wells Fargo Bank is a File Clerk at $21,300 annually.See all Wells Fargo Bank salaries »
"I like my benefits package."
"Underpaid compared to peer group and other departments."
"I started off at a low pay as a contractor with WF, my work prevailed my compensation when hired. Other associates with mortgage experience were compensated higher (we were all provided with the pay perimeters for our position)."
"The pay with Wells Fargo has always been fair and bounces were paid on a month to month more basis. Again it's the feed back that we received from our customers and upper management put together has always been compensated on an outstanding basis."
"I believe I'm being paid what I'm worth. It's a tough job keeping up with the guidelines and wearing different hats, with FHA/VA/Conventional."
"My last job was about 20% more than most underwriter jobs."
"I believe my pay rate was fine. I was happy with it."
"Salary along with incentive plan are on par with industry standards."
"At Wells Fargo we were paid competitively for the work we did and the amount of files we closed. It was very rewarding."
"I believe I should be paid around $37/hourly while enjoying the other attributes of a non-exempt employee."
"I feel that was paid accordingly."
"Right in line with other Underwriter 3's... plus our bonus structure was great."
"I feel that my salary range was fair based on my knowledge and experience."
"I believe I am receiving a fair wage for the type of work."
"Because I was hired under the WF compensation guidelines I was brought in at a lower rate than my peers but expected to do the same that they did. I understand the merger and all so I can't be but so mad, however when it came time for a review and was told the highest anyone can get is $0.15 that was upsetting."
"My base pay is among the highest in our region. But I bring much more experience and superior leadership to the position, allowing my District Manager the opportunity to perform at a higher level, as I serve as mentor to newer managers, and my branch produces accordingly; therefore I feel I am not overpaid."
"I am happy with my compensation."