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How much does U.S. Army pay?

U.S. Army pays its employees an average of $66,522 a year. Salaries at U.S. Army range from an average of $34,881 to $124,108 a year. U.S. Army employees with the job title Chief Information Officer (CIO) make the most with an average annual salary of $140,347, while employees with the title Army Corporal, Infantry make the least with an average annual salary of $33,995.

Are U.S. Army employees satisfied with their compensation?

Our Fair Pay score for U.S. Army is 3.3. Read reviews from current employees that include compensation and culture insights.

What is the highest salary at U.S. Army?

The highest reported salary for an employee at U.S. Army is currently $124k / year

U.S. Army Reviews

Overall Satisfaction
3.6 out of 5
Company Outlook
Fair Pay
Learning and Development
Great Responsibility With taking Self Initiative.
Logistics Management Specialist in Huntsville:
Pros: All the knowledge you need is in regulations, you only need to search and read. There is no guessing when making decisions. The family atmosphere allows for each to share the burden of others, Knowing that a single employee can change the outcome of million dollar projects. The self worth.
Cons: Complex amount of different tasks to accomplish mission. Must be able to multi task at all times. Required mandatory training repeated each year. Longer hours than most want to put in. The mission doesn't end at the strike a 5pm the job is a way of life where you must commit your free time as well as your on the job time.
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Logistics Specialist in Washington:
Pros: The organization itself and the "will get it done" attitudes. Failure is not an option.
Cons: The rank structure. Waiting on "open slots" to get promoted no matter what your knowledge is base on. The wait is long and outdrawn, it breaks down the morale because you work so hard to advance.
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About United States Army

Address: Arlington, Virginia
Industries: Education, Chemical, Military, Medical, Law Enforcement, National Security, GovTech, Government, Public Safety
Founded on: June 14th, 1775
Number of Employees: 10,001-1,000,000
Also known as: U.S. Army
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Gender Breakdown for U.S. Army

Avg. Salary: $34k - $121k
Avg. Salary: $38k - $127k
This data is based on 735 survey responses. Learn more about the gender pay gap.

Popular Degrees Held By Employees at U.S. Army

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