Uber Technologies, Inc. Average Salaries in New York, NY

MinMax

$55,888
$38K$83K

$110,228
$80K$146K

$39,245
$28K$56K

United States (change)

$71,487
$47K$107K

$100,866
$72K$136K

$47,335
$34K$66K

$36,990
$27K$51K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 12 Sep 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 14
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How much does Uber Technologies, Inc. pay in New York, NY?

The average Uber Technologies, Inc. salary ranges from $31,200 to $130,000 a year. A Senior Counsel at Uber Technologies, Inc. makes the most with an average salary of $130,000 per year, while a Administrative Support Specialist makes the least with an average salary of $31,200 per year.

About New York, New York

The average salary in New York, New York is $69,057. As of Q2 2018, the trend in wages is down 0.7 percent. The cost of living in New York is 128.8 percent higher than the national average. The most popular occupations in New York are Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, and Software Engineer which pay between $43,900 and $95,665 per year. The most popular industries in New York are Financial Services, Marketing, Advertising, and Media Management, and Education. In New York, some popular employers include J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC), EY (Ernst & Young), and Morgan Stanley.

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