Casey's General Stores, Inc. Average Salaries in Des Moines, IA

MinMax

$60,130
$47K$75K

$20,710
$17K$28K

$52,440
$43K$62K

United States (change)

$86,144
$64K$112K

$21,787
$18K$27K

$37,074
$29K$47K

$44,288
$33K$59K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 29 Aug 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 11
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How much does Casey's General Stores, Inc. pay in Des Moines, IA?

Salaries at Casey's General Stores, Inc. range from an average of $18,928 to $96,000 a year. A Programmer Analyst at Casey's General Stores, Inc. makes the most with an average salary of $96,000 per year, while a Food Service Worker makes the least with an average salary of $18,928 per year.

About Des Moines, Iowa

The average salary in Des Moines, Iowa is $51,210. Trends in wages are down 0.2 percent as of Q2 2018. The cost of living in Des Moines is 10.1 percent below the national average. The most popular occupations in Des Moines are Graphic Designer, Operations Manager, and Software Engineer which pay between $37,322 and $71,162 per year. Some popular Des Moines industries include Insurance and Financial Services, Financial Services, and Manufacturing. Some popular Des Moines employers include Principal Financial Group, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, and Meredith Corporation.

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