City of San Angelo Average Salaries in San Angelo, TX

MinMax

$31,621
$23K$43K

$55,465
$40K$77K

$17,337
$13K$24K

United States (change)

$67,621
$45K$99K

$29,604
$19K$47K

$31,092
$22K$44K

$77,739
$56K$105K

  Precise  
  Estimated  
  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 15 Sep 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 16
  • View Table

How much does City of San Angelo pay in San Angelo, TX?

Salaries at City of San Angelo range from an average of $15,080 to $110,000 a year. City of San Angelo employees with the job title Utilities Manager make the most with an average annual salary of $110,000, while employees with the title Animal Caretaker make the least with an average annual salary of $15,080.

About San Angelo, Texas

Employees in San Angelo, Texas make an average salary of $38,016. Trends in wages are down 1.6 percent as of Q2 2018. The cost of living in San Angelo is 1.1 percent less expensive than the national average. The most popular occupations in San Angelo are Office Manager, Human Resources (HR) Director, and Operations Manager which pay between $40,588 and $71,500 annually. Some popular San Angelo industries include Education, Public K-12 Education, and Information Technology (IT) Services. The most popular employers in San Angelo are City of San Angelo, Angelo State University, and San Angelo Independent School District.

Learn more

City of San Angelo Job Listings

Back to Top

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Salary and career advice to put you a step ahead.

newsletter icon

Recent Blog Posts on Career News

    These Companies Pay Unhappy Workers to Quit
    Why would a company hire you, spend time and manpower training you, and then pay you to quit? More than one successful organization has employed this ...
    Is Bitcoin Mining Replacing Fossil Fuel Jobs?
    Tech taking over blue collar jobs isn’t a new idea. It’s been happening to the auto industry for decades via automation. Now, bitcoin mini...
    5 Signs You’re Underpaid
    Do you feel like you’re underpaid? If so, you’re in good company. Only 21 percent of employees feel they’re being paid fairly, according to data gathe...