What is the average salary of Amazon Area Manager?
Amazon Area Managers earn $60,000 annually, or $29 per hour, which is 2% lower than the national average for all Area Managers at $61,000 annually and 10% lower than the national salary average for all working Americans. The highest paid Area Managers work for Conseco at $140,000 annually and the lowest paid Area Managers work for Merrimack College at $16,000 annually.
-$14K (25%) less than national average Area Manager salary ($61K)
-$8K (15%) less than average Amazon salary ($55K)
"I was promoted twice. When I was promoted from a Process Assistant (Level 3) to an Area Manager (Level 4), I lost my overtime, moved to a more expensive city and after doing the math actually took a pay cut to work 55-60 hours as a Manager.
I also know for a fact that Amazon pays managers who are recruited from the outside way more than people promoted from within. They promote you and put you on the minimum college new hire salary."
+$4K (6%) more than national average Area Manager salary ($61K)
+$10K (16%) more than average Amazon salary ($55K)
"Fair until the mandated overtime comes in during the holiday season. There comes a point at which the hourly associates make more per hour than we do as managers when the overtime comes constantly. Other than that, the pay is solid."