Years of Experience
Those with one to four years of experience at the company can expect to make $56K per year on average. Respondents who have been working for five to nine years make around $71K annually on average. The largest fraction of Ingersoll- Rand Company people (31 percent) have been working for 10-19 years and earn $85K per year on average.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($111K annually) can be spotted in Davidson, N.C.; Nashville, Tenn. (approximately $92K), Minneapolis, Minn. (about $85K), and Tyler, Texas ($82K) are the next top-paying cities. Carmel, Ind. is one of the lowest-paid cities, with earnings averaging $61K. Across its U.S. offices, the state of Minnesota pays Ingersoll- Rand Company the most — about $88K per year on average.
District Sales Managers earn the highest median pay at $108K annually, followed by Pricing Managers (around $95K), Mechanical Engineers (approximately $78K), and Contract Administrators (around $76K). Near the bottom at Ingersoll- Rand Company are Human Resources Generalists, pulling in an average of just $60K.
Certifications and Degrees
Being a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt certainly has its perks — salaries approach about $118K per year and far exceed the paychecks of those without certification. Becoming a Project Management Professional can certainly pay off here; those folks make $112K on average. The best paid folks at Ingersoll- Rand Company have a Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business & Marketing, earning approximately $92K annually.
When it comes to skills, employees who report People Management among their abilities seem to make the most, reporting a median income of $105K per year. Microsoft Office is considered a run-of-the-mill skill; about one in five of Ingersoll- Rand Company's people use it regularly. Many workers are also familiar with Project Management, Engineering Design, and Microsoft Excel.
Benefits and Perks
Paid time off is in short supply here, with only 28 percent receiving paid vacation and one in six workers receiving paid sick days. To plan for old age, almost all respondents maintain savings accounts through the company's 401(k) plan. The vast majority of survey participants report having health insurance, and a large number of employees report having dental coverage. Some other perks are a company cell phone, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, and a casual working environment.