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Average Salary For Stocker at Costco Wholesale Company

$20,167 - $50,005
(Median)
790
2K
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MEDIAN: $790
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Costco Wholesale Company Walmart.com
Compensation
Hourly Rate
$9.64 - $19.58
$7.59 - $13.64
Total Pay
$20,167 - $50,005
$15,753 - $30,463
   
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits unavailable
Vacation Weeks 1.8 Weeks 0.8 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
3 reporting
21%
11 reporting
79%
2 reporting
40%
3 reporting
60%
Years Experience Breakdown
<1
1-4
1-4
5-9
Popular Perks 401(a), Paid holidays & vacation, 401(k) Casual dress, 401(k)

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