Ford Motor Company Average Salaries in Kansas City, MO

MinMax

Assembler
2 profiles
$47,392
$35K$65K

$66,372
$44K$96K

$35,138
$25K$48K

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Process Coach
2 profiles
$81,689
$62K$106K

$56,945
$41K$78K

$86,620
$70K$105K

$125,248
$98K$157K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 5 Sep 2018
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How much does Ford Motor Company pay in Kansas City, MO?

Salaries at Ford Motor Company range from an average of $35,880 to $130,000 a year. A Manufacturing Engineering Manager at Ford Motor Company makes the most with an average salary of $130,000 per year, while a Assembly Line Worker, Automotive makes the least with an average salary of $35,880 per year.

About Kansas City, Missouri

In Kansas City, Missouri, the average salary is $52,503. As of Q2 2018, the trend in wages is down 0.4 percent. The cost of living is 0.2 percent less expensive than the national average in Kansas City. Popular jobs in Kansas City include Operations Manager, Mechanical Engineer, and Software Engineer which pay between $60,128 and $69,524 per year. The most popular industries in Kansas City are Health Care Information Technology (IT) Services, Financial Services, and Health Care. The most popular employers in Kansas City are Cerner Corporation, DST Systems Inc, and Burns & Mcdonnell.

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