-$8K (14%) less than national average QA Engineer salary ($60K)
+$1K (1%) more than average Scholastic salary ($51K)
-$32K (74%) less than average Scholastic QA Engineer salary ($59K)
"I feel that QA'ers are underpaid. While they do not do the work of the developers, we have to go over all their work, and often have to look back at previous work to make sure any new updates are compatible with all the old programs. So we are often working just as hard. With little information to work with as to what to look for."
+$17K (25%) more than average Scholastic QA Engineer salary ($59K)
"Personally, my pay as a Performance Engineer at Scholastic is somewhere toward the bottom of the industry, which is fine for now.
The main goal moving into this role was to gain experience, with the understanding that I would be fairly compensated in the future.
Would I change jobs if a company offered me more?... ONLY if it was a good fit mutually.
I would not take more money for a company where I did not fit."
-$19K (37%) less than national average QA Engineer salary ($60K)
-$10K (21%) less than average Scholastic salary ($51K)