Amazon.com Inc Average Salaries in San Diego, CA

MinMax

$103,795
$65K$150K

$87,171
$65K$115K

$81,908
$50K$152K

United States (change)

$118,310
$83K$162K

$71,149
$58K$85K

$66,796
$46K$94K

$88,717
$64K$118K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 14 Sep 2018
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How much does Amazon.com Inc pay in San Diego, CA?

Salaries at Amazon.com Inc range from an average of $51,000 to $132,000 a year. A Information Technology (IT) Consultant at Amazon.com Inc makes the most with an average salary of $132,000 per year, while a Dispatch Supervisor makes the least with an average salary of $51,000 per year.

About San Diego, California

In San Diego, California, the average salary is $61,046. As of Q2 2018, the trend in wages is down 0.7 percent. The cost of living is 44.4 percent higher than the national average in San Diego. Popular jobs in San Diego include Mechanical Engineer, Software Engineer, and Senior Software Engineer which pay between $72,821 and $108,763 annually. The most popular industries in San Diego are Aerospace and Defense, Biotechnology Research and Development, and Software Development. In San Diego, some popular employers include Qualcomm Inc, Northrop Grumman Corporation, and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.

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