Epam Systems Salaries in San Francisco, CA

Epam Systems Average Salaries in San Francisco, CA

MinMax

$81,741
$61K$108K

$86,474
$74K$102K

$120,243
$89K$158K

United States (change)

$111,355
$80K$163K

$117,679
$87K$158K

ScrumMaster
1 profile
$132,696
$93K$192K

$128,067
$93K$173K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 12 Jan 2018
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How much does Epam Systems pay in San Francisco, CA?

The average Epam Systems salary ranges from $80,000 to $140,000 a year. Epam Systems employees with the job title Front End Developer / Engineer make the most with an average annual salary of $140,000, while employees with the title Strategy Consultant make the least with an average annual salary of $80,000.

About San Francisco, California

Employees in San Francisco, California make an average salary of $85,174. As of Q2 2017, the trend in wages is rising with a 1.5 percent increase over last quarter. The cost of living is 80.3 percent more expensive than the national average in San Francisco. The most popular occupations in San Francisco are Product Manager, Software, Software Engineer, and Senior Software Engineer which pay between $109,672 and $134,883 per year. Some popular San Francisco industries include Software as a Service (SaaS) Development, Software Development, and Information Technology (IT) Services. San Francisco's most popular employers are Salesforce.com, Inc., Google, Inc., and The Gap Inc..

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