Google Project Coordinator Salaries
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How much does a Project Coordinator at Google make?
The typical Google Project Coordinator salary is US$102,661 per year. Project Coordinator salaries at Google can range from US$64,243 - US$164,054 per year. This estimate is based upon 57 Google Project Coordinator salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Project Coordinator at Google can expect to make an average total pay of US$131,284 per year.
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a year ago
In my interview process, someone mentioned to definitely negotiate your salary because you’re stuck with it once you get in and it’s nearly impossible to get promoted.😬 And the recruiter also mentioned they don’t give yearly bonuses. What things are you doing to increase your salary at Amazon? That’s seems weird to me coming from Google.
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The average salary for a Project Coordinator is US$60,654 per year in United States, which is 40% lower than the average Google salary of US$102,661 per year for this job.
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