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Average Salary For Retail Sales Representative at Best Buy

$15,096 - $42,835
(Median)
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MEDIAN: $1,541
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Compare Employers: Retail Sales Representative at Best Buy

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Compensation
Salary
not applicable
$17,158 - $42,085
not applicable
Bonus
not applicable
$0.00 - $15,205
not applicable
Commission
not applicable
$6,128 - $30,201
not applicable
Profit Sharing
not applicable
$167.64 - $2,847
not applicable
Hourly Rate
$7.48 - $14.49
not applicable
$8.13 - $16.32
Total Pay
$15,096 - $42,835
$24,429 - $59,242
$21,503 - $58,020
     
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Vacation Weeks unavailable 2.0 Weeks 2.2 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
1 reporting
20%
4 reporting
80%
7 reporting
27%
19 reporting
73%
1 reporting
14%
6 reporting
86%
Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
<1
1-4
5-9
1-4
5-9
Popular Perks Paid sick leave, 401(k), Stock purchase plan 401(k), Cell phone, Paid holidays & vacation 401(k), Tuition reimbursement, Paid holidays & vacation

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