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United States Marine Corps Radio Operators earn $30,000 annually, or $14 per hour, which is equal to the national average for all Radio Operators at $30,000 annually and 75% lower than the national salary average for ‚Äčall working Americans. The highest paid Radio Operators work for Boeing at $64,000 annually and the lowest paid Radio Operators work for United States Marine Corps at $30,000 annually.

$25K Camp Lejeune, NC Radio Operator Average Salary at United States Marine Corps ·

-$5K (18%) less than national average Radio Operator salary ($30K)
-$16K (48%) less than average United States Marine Corps salary ($41K)
"Honestly I do not know."

$20K Oklahoma City, OK Radio Operator Average Salary at United States Marine Corps ·

-$10K (40%) less than national average Radio Operator salary ($30K)
-$21K (68%) less than average United States Marine Corps salary ($41K)

$30K Garden City, NY Radio Operator Average Salary at United States Marine Corps ·

Equal to national average Radio Operator salary ($30K)
-$11K (30%) less than average United States Marine Corps salary ($41K)

$30K United States Marine Corps Radio Operator without location (64 salaries)

Equal to national average Radio Operator salary ($30K)
-$11K (30%) less than average United States Marine Corps salary ($41K)
"I was definitely being underpaid but I didn't join the Military for the pay."

What is the salary for Radio Operator at United States Marine Corps?

The salary for Radio Operator at United States Marine Corps is $34,000 annually.

What company pays the highest salary for the Radio Operator position?

Boeing pays the highest salary for the Radio Operator position at $64,000 annually.

What company pays the lowest salary for the Radio Operator position?

United States Marine Corps pays the lowest salary for the Radio Operator position at $30,000 annually.

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