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eBay: Latest Job Openings, Reviews and Ratings & Profile wise Salary Distribution

We currently have 20 open jobs at eBay. We've calculated that the average salary at eBay is $81K based on 957 user-submitted salaries A total of 173 eBay employees gave eBay an average happiness rating of 4.0 out of 5.0.

Latest Job Openings at eBay

Job ProfileJob LocationDescriptionDate of Opening
Job Profile
Job Location
San Jose, CA
Description
Looking for a company that inspires passion, courage and creativity, where you can be on the team shaping the future of global commerce? Want to...
Date of Opening
5/24/2022
Job Profile
Job Location
Portland, OR
Description
**Open to hiring multiple locations across the U.S. and will consider full time remote**eBay Inc. is a global commerce leader that connects millions...
Date of Opening
5/24/2022
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Job Location
Pleasanton, CA
Description
Account Manager, Jewelry eBay Inc. Pleasanton, CA Full-Time Apply on company site Job Details favorite_border Looking for a company that inspires...
Date of Opening
5/23/2022
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Job Location
Menlo Park, CA
Description
Account Manager, Jewelry eBay Inc. Menlo Park, CA Full-Time Apply on company site Job Details favorite_border Looking for a company that inspires...
Date of Opening
5/23/2022
Job Profile
Job Location
San Jose, CA
Description
Account Manager, Jewelry eBay Inc. San Jose, CA Full-Time Apply on company site Job Details favorite_border Looking for a company that inspires...
Date of Opening
5/23/2022
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eBay Salary Distribution

eBay Reviews and Ratings

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eBay Careers & Info

Current CEO: Jamie Iannone

Status: Active

eBay, Inc. is the corporation that operates ebay.com, an online commerce platform that uses an auction model to facilitate the sale of goods and services among individuals and businesses. EBay was one of the first companies to pioneer ecommerce as a business model and remains one of the Internet’s great success stories, managing to generate over $9 billion in revenues annually without inventory or huge capital expenditures.

eBay is headquartered in San Jose, California, but maintains localized operations in over 30 countries worldwide. The company is divided into two divisions: Marketplaces and Payments.

Although eBay has expanded into other types of ecommerce transactions, its core business is still its auction services, where everything from consumer electronics to an entire small town may be bid upon. Once primarily a consumer-to-consume play, today eBay’s auctions also allow businesses to sell to consumers and to each other. Increasingly, however, the company seems to be moving to a fixed price platform as users of its auction services deactivate at increasing rates.

The Payments division is centered around Paypal, a brokerage for Internet-mediated payments and money transfers which eBay acquired in 2002. In the past few years, Paypal has begun showing traction as a payment platform independent of its eBay partnership.

eBay employs over 17,000 workers, most of them within the United States. eBay careers are coveted: Employees genuinely like working at eBay. The eBay culture is playful and collegial, offering employees plenty of team-building percs like quarterly retreats, bicycles on which to cruise the eBay campus, two fully equipped gyms and flexible working schedules. The salary for MBAs and tech workers is competitive with other Silicon Valley tech companies. Fortune Magazine lists eBay as one of the 100 best companies to work for.

eBay benefits are generous. Employees can choose among medical plans to find the coverage that’s best for them and their families. They also receive dental, vision and life insurance, a 401(k) and the opportunity to purchase stock. Depending on how long they’ve worked at eBay, employees receive between 16 and 20 days of Paid Time Off every year, which they can use either as sick time or vacation time. eBay employees also receive four weeks of sabbatical time for every five years they work.

What jobs pay the most at eBay?

COO is the highest paying job at eBay at 200,000 annually.

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