Here's what marketers at 9 companies are getting paid

Listen

The average marketing salary in the United States is $73,000. Here's where top tech companies fall on that pay scale, according to a July 16 Insider report.

Insider analyzed government data on green cards and temporary visas to uncover what top companies are paying their marketing staff. These numbers don't include bonuses.

  1. Airbnb:
    Growth marketing manager, marketing technology: $150,000
    Global search engine marketing lead: $250,000
    Director, marketing financial planning and analysis: $280,000

  2. Amazon:
    Marketing specialist: $95,000
    Product marketing: $125,000
    Performance marketing sales analyst: $128,800
    Marketing specialist: $134,400

  3. Apple:
    Senior marketing director: $325,000
    Marketing specialist: $108,000-$162,285
    Marketing manager: $240,000
    Public relations manager: $174,000

  4. Facebook:
    Marketing manager: $123,000-$250,318
    Marketing science partner: $131,000-$195,000
    Marketing research analyst: $153,065
    Product marketing manager: $164,000-$222,078

  5. Google:
    Marketing associate: $104,000
    Marketing analyst: $144,000
    Marketing manager: $204,000
    Global marketing partner: $337,000

  6. LinkedIn:
    Associate digital marketing manager: $109,554-$116,000
    Marketing operations analyst: $135,000-$150,900
    Product marketing manager: $124,315-$159,000
    Senior digital marketing manager: $138,606-$202,000

  7. Microsoft:
    Product marketing manager: $118,000
    Senior marketing communications manager: $125,500
    Marketing communications manager: $131,625
    Channel marketing manager: $188,802

  8. Twitter:
    Lead, marketing manager: $180,000
    Senior director, global growth and product marketing: $347,000

  9. Uber:
    Senior marketing manager: $99,910
    Market research manager: $113,531
    Marketing technology manager: $165,700
    Senior marketing manager: $185,000

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2021. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

Featured Whitepapers

Featured Webinars