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About Wal-Mart Stores, Inc

Address: 702 Southwest 8th Street Bentonville, Arkansas 72716

Website: http://www.walmartstores.com

Industries: Retail, Variety Stores, Department Stores

Year Established: 1962

Also known as: Walmart Supercenter, Wal-Mart Supercenters

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Male

55.1%

Avg. Salary: $41k - $90k

Female

44.9%

Avg. Salary: $38k - $86k

This data is based on 615 survey responses. Learn more about the gender pay gap.

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Popular Locations for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc

  1. Bentonville, Arkansas
  2. San Antonio, Texas
  3. Atlanta, Georgia
  4. Dallas, Texas
  5. Houston, Texas
  6. Phoenix, Arizona
  7. Charlotte, North Carolina
  8. Las Vegas, Nevada
  9. Tampa, Florida
  10. Chicago, Illinois

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How much do Walmart workers make? This is the average hourly wage, number of employees in each state

Walmart, the largest employer in the United States, employing about 1.5 million Americans, has been at the center of controversies over its low wages for years. In 2020, the average wage of an hourly worker in a Walmart store in the U.S. was $14.76, which comes to between $25,000 and $30,000 annually for a full-time employee.

24/7 Wall St. reviewed store facts from Walmart’s corporate site to identify how many people in each state work at Walmart as sales associates and how much they are paid.

The average wage of a Walmart field worker, which takes into account both full- and part-time workers, does not differ much from state to state. It varies from $13.42 an hour in Idaho to $16.02 an hour in New Hampshire. Compared to the state minimum wage and cost of living, however, employees in some states fare much better than others.

The federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour, and 19 states have not altered it. Fifteen states have set a minimum wage over $10 an hour.

The cost of living is higher than the national average in nine of the 15 states with the highest paying Walmart jobs. A dollar goes the furthest in America’s southern and midwestern states.

Seven of the states where the cost of living is highest are among the 15 states with the highest minimum wage.

To identify how many people work at Walmart in every state and how much they are paid, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed store facts such as total Walmart locations in every state, number of full-time and part-time hourly field associates, as well as average wage from Walmart’s corporate site. The number of Walmart stores is as of Aug. 21, 2020 and the average wage is as of July 31, 2020.

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Data on regional price parity – or cost of living – is from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and is for 2018, the latest year available. Data on total population came from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey and is for 2019. Data on working-age population 16 and over came from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and is as of September 2020.

Alabama     • Walmart stores:  3 per 100,000 residents -- 3rd most (total: 144)     • Sales associates:  964 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 5th most (total: 37,423     • Average hourly wage:  $13.91 -- 7th lowest     • State minimum wage:  None     • Cost of living:  13.6% less than national average -- 3rd lowest

Alabama

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents – 3rd most (total: 144)

• Sales associates: 964 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 5th most (total: 37,423

• Average hourly wage: $13.91 –​​​​​​​ 7th lowest

• State minimum wage: None

• Cost of living: 13.6% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 3rd lowest

Alaska

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 14th fewest (total: 9)

• Sales associates: 409 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 13th fewest (total: 2,221

• Average hourly wage: $15.56 –​​​​​​​ 8th highest

• State minimum wage: $10.19 –​​​​​​​ 14th highest

• Cost of living: 4.8% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 10th highest

Arizona

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 23rd fewest (total: 124)

• Sales associates: 563 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 20th fewest (total: 32,981

• Average hourly wage: $14.61 –​​​​​​​ 20th highest

• State minimum wage: $12 –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

• Cost of living: 3.5% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 25th highest

Arkansas

• Walmart stores: 4 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ the most (total: 130)

• Sales associates: 2,104 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ the most (total: 49,580

• Average hourly wage: $14.22 –​​​​​​​ 20th lowest

• State minimum wage: $10 –​​​​​​​ 16th highest

• Cost of living: 14.7% less than national average –​​​​​​​ the lowest

California

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 3rd fewest (total: 310)

• Sales associates: 293 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 6th fewest (total: 91,725

• Average hourly wage: $15.63 –​​​​​​​ 7th highest

• State minimum wage: $13 –​​​​​​​ 2nd highest

• Cost of living: 15.4% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 3rd highest

Colorado

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 25th most (total: 106)

• Sales associates: 606 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 25th fewest (total: 28,101

• Average hourly wage: $15.11 –​​​​​​​ 13th highest

• State minimum wage: $12 –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

• Cost of living: 1.9% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 13th highest

Connecticut

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 8th fewest (total: 34)

• Sales associates: 281 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 5th fewest (total: 8,106

• Average hourly wage: $13.87 –​​​​​​​ 6th lowest

• State minimum wage: $12 –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

• Cost of living: 6.1% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 8th highest

Delaware     • Walmart stores:  1 per 100,000 residents -- 11th fewest (total: 10)     • Sales associates:  544 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 19th fewest (total: 4,291     • Average hourly wage:  $15.69 -- 6th highest     • State minimum wage:  $9.25 -- 22nd highest     • Cost of living:  1.2% less than national average -- 18th highest    ALSO READ: Jobs With the Best Job Security

Delaware

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 11th fewest (total: 10)

• Sales associates: 544 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 19th fewest (total: 4,291

• Average hourly wage: $15.69 –​​​​​​​ 6th highest

• State minimum wage: $9.25 –​​​​​​​ 22nd highest

• Cost of living: 1.2% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 18th highest

Florida

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 25th fewest (total: 384)

• Sales associates: 600 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 23rd fewest (total: 106,375

• Average hourly wage: $14.09 –​​​​​​​ 15th lowest

• State minimum wage: $8.56 –​​​​​​​ 23rd lowest

• Cost of living: 0.6% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 15th highest

Georgia

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 20th most (total: 214)

• Sales associates: 729 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 16th most (total: 60,664

• Average hourly wage: $13.96 –​​​​​​​ 11th lowest

• State minimum wage: $5.15 –​​​​​​​ 8th lowest

• Cost of living: 7% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 24th lowest

Hawaii

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 5th fewest (total: 12)

• Sales associates: 342 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 11th fewest (total: 3,724

• Average hourly wage: $15.74 –​​​​​​​ 5th highest

• State minimum wage: $10.1 –​​​​​​​ 15th highest

• Cost of living: 18.1% more than national average –​​​​​​​ the highest

Idaho

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 20th fewest (total: 27)

• Sales associates: 584 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 21st fewest (total: 8,230

• Average hourly wage: $13.42 –​​​​​​​ the lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 7.5% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 22nd lowest

Illinois

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 17th fewest (total: 185)

• Sales associates: 532 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 17th fewest (total: 53,113

• Average hourly wage: $14.39 –​​​​​​​ 24th lowest

• State minimum wage: $10 –​​​​​​​ 16th highest

• Cost of living: 1.9% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 19th highest

Indiana

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 22nd most (total: 127)

• Sales associates: 765 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 12th most (total: 40,470

• Average hourly wage: $14.52 –​​​​​​​ 23rd highest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 10.7% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 12th lowest

Iowa

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 16th most (total: 69)

• Sales associates: 654 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 22nd most (total: 16,203

• Average hourly wage: $14.42 –​​​​​​​ 25th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 10.8% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 11th lowest

Kansas     • Walmart stores:  3 per 100,000 residents -- 5th most (total: 83)     • Sales associates:  873 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 7th most (total: 19,538     • Average hourly wage:  $14.00 -- 13th lowest     • State minimum wage:  $7.25 -- 21st lowest     • Cost of living:  10.0% less than national average -- 15th lowest    ALSO READ: Biggest Company Founded the Year You Were Born

Kansas

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 5th most (total: 83)

• Sales associates: 873 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 7th most (total: 19,538

• Average hourly wage: $14 –​​​​​​​ 13th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 10% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 15th lowest

Kentucky

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 13th most (total: 102)

• Sales associates: 653 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 23rd most (total: 22,872

• Average hourly wage: $14.18 –​​​​​​​ 19th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 12.2% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 5th lowest

Louisiana

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 4th most (total: 137)

• Sales associates: 937 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 6th most (total: 33,472

• Average hourly wage: $14.05 –​​​​​​​ 14th lowest

• State minimum wage: None

• Cost of living: 10.9% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 10th lowest

Maine

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 23rd most (total: 25)

• Sales associates: 601 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 24th fewest (total: 6,721

• Average hourly wage: $15.38 –​​​​​​​ 10th highest

• State minimum wage: $12 –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

• Cost of living: Equal to national average

Maryland

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 10th fewest (total: 60)

• Sales associates: 341 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 10th fewest (total: 16,306

• Average hourly wage: $13.70 –​​​​​​​ 4th lowest

• State minimum wage: $11 –​​​​​​​ 10th highest

• Cost of living: 8.4% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 6th highest

Massachusetts

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 2nd fewest (total: 48)

• Sales associates: 208 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 2nd fewest (total: 11,753

• Average hourly wage: $14.99 –​​​​​​​ 15th highest

• State minimum wage: $12.75 –​​​​​​​ 3rd highest

• Cost of living: 9.7% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 5th highest

Michigan

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 13th fewest (total: 117)

• Sales associates: 379 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 12th fewest (total: 30,371

• Average hourly wage: $14.34 –​​​​​​​ 23rd lowest

• State minimum wage: $9.65 –​​​​​​​ 19th highest

• Cost of living: 7.6% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

Minnesota     • Walmart stores:  1 per 100,000 residents -- 16th fewest (total: 80)     • Sales associates:  471 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 14th fewest (total: 21,032     • Average hourly wage:  $15.12 -- 12th highest     • State minimum wage:  $10 -- 16th highest     • Cost of living:  2.5% less than national average -- 20th highest

Minnesota

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 16th fewest (total: 80)

• Sales associates: 471 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 14th fewest (total: 21,032

• Average hourly wage: $15.12 –​​​​​​​ 12th highest

• State minimum wage: $10 –​​​​​​​ 16th highest

• Cost of living: 2.5% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 20th highest

Mississippi

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 6th most (total: 85)

• Sales associates: 1,021 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 2nd most (total: 23,390

• Average hourly wage: $13.97 –​​​​​​​ 12th lowest

• State minimum wage: None

• Cost of living: 14% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 2nd lowest

Missouri

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 7th most (total: 156)

• Sales associates: 837 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 8th most (total: 40,502

• Average hourly wage: $13.94 –​​​​​​​ 9th lowest

• State minimum wage: $9.45 –​​​​​​​ 20th highest

• Cost of living: 11.2% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 9th lowest

Montana

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 19th fewest (total: 16)

• Sales associates: 536 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 18th fewest (total: 4,615

• Average hourly wage: $14.54 –​​​​​​​ 22nd highest

• State minimum wage: $8.65 –​​​​​​​ 24th lowest

• Cost of living: 6.7% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 25th lowest

Nebraska

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 10th most (total: 47)

• Sales associates: 790 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 10th most (total: 11,795

• Average hourly wage: $14.45 –​​​​​​​ 25th highest

• State minimum wage: $9 –​​​​​​​ 23rd highest

• Cost of living: 10.5% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 13th lowest

Nevada

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 21st fewest (total: 50)

• Sales associates: 585 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 22nd fewest (total: 14,532

• Average hourly wage: $14.63 –​​​​​​​ 19th highest

• State minimum wage: $8 –​​​​​​​ 22nd lowest

• Cost of living: 2.5% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 20th highest

New Hampshire

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 18th most (total: 28)

• Sales associates: 655 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 21st most (total: 7,413

• Average hourly wage: $16.02 –​​​​​​​ the highest

• State minimum wage: None

• Cost of living: 6% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 9th highest

New Jersey

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 4th fewest (total: 70)

• Sales associates: 313 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 7th fewest (total: 22,190

• Average hourly wage: $14.66 –​​​​​​​ 18th highest

• State minimum wage: $11 –​​​​​​​ 10th highest

• Cost of living: 15.2% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

New Mexico     • Walmart stores:  3 per 100,000 residents -- 8th most (total: 53)     • Sales associates:  815 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 9th most (total: 13,450     • Average hourly wage:  $14.31 -- 22nd lowest     • State minimum wage:  $9 -- 23rd highest     • Cost of living:  8.9% less than national average -- 18th lowest

New Mexico

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 8th most (total: 53)

• Sales associates: 815 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 9th most (total: 13,450

• Average hourly wage: $14.31 –​​​​​​​ 22nd lowest

• State minimum wage: $9 –​​​​​​​ 23rd highest

• Cost of living: 8.9% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 18th lowest

New York

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ the fewest (total: 110)

• Sales associates: 222 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 3rd fewest (total: 34,670

• Average hourly wage: $15.94 –​​​​​​​ 2nd highest

• State minimum wage: $11.8 –​​​​​​​ 9th highest

• Cost of living: 16.4% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 2nd highest

North Carolina

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 19th most (total: 214)

• Sales associates: 661 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 20th most (total: 55,319

• Average hourly wage: $13.93 –​​​​​​​ 8th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 8.2% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 19th lowest

North Dakota

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 14th most (total: 17)

• Sales associates: 731 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 15th most (total: 4,288

• Average hourly wage: $15.90 –​​​​​​​ 3rd highest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 9.4% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 16th lowest

Ohio

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 18th fewest (total: 172)

• Sales associates: 528 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 16th fewest (total: 48,948

• Average hourly wage: $14.16 –​​​​​​​ 18th lowest

• State minimum wage: $8.7 –​​​​​​​ 25th lowest

• Cost of living: 11.6% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 8th lowest

Oklahoma

• Walmart stores: 3 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 2nd most (total: 135)

• Sales associates: 1,000 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 3rd most (total: 30,528

• Average hourly wage: $13.77 –​​​​​​​ 5th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 11.6% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 8th lowest

Oregon

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 12th fewest (total: 45)

• Sales associates: 331 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 9th fewest (total: 11,440

• Average hourly wage: $15.40 –​​​​​​​ 9th highest

• State minimum wage: $12 –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

• Cost of living: 1.1% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 14th highest

Pennsylvania     • Walmart stores:  1 per 100,000 residents -- 15th fewest (total: 160)     • Sales associates:  507 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 15th fewest (total: 52,244     • Average hourly wage:  $14.60 -- 21st highest     • State minimum wage:  $7.25 -- 21st lowest     • Cost of living:  2.5% less than national average -- 20th highest    ALSO READ: Companies With the Best and Worst Reputations

Pennsylvania

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 15th fewest (total: 160)

• Sales associates: 507 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 15th fewest (total: 52,244

• Average hourly wage: $14.60 –​​​​​​​ 21st highest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 2.5% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 20th highest

Rhode Island

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 6th fewest (total: 9)

• Sales associates: 269 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 4th fewest (total: 2,329

• Average hourly wage: $15.09 –​​​​​​​ 14th highest

• State minimum wage: $10.5 –​​​​​​​ 13th highest

• Cost of living: 0.7% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 17th highest

South Carolina

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 12th most (total: 123)

• Sales associates: 790 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 11th most (total: 32,682

• Average hourly wage: $13.66 –​​​​​​​ 3rd lowest

• State minimum wage: None

• Cost of living: 8.9% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 18th lowest

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South Dakota

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 21st most (total: 17)

• Sales associates: 700 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 19th most (total: 4,761

• Average hourly wage: $14.74 –​​​​​​​ 17th highest

• State minimum wage: $9.3 –​​​​​​​ 21st highest

• Cost of living: 12.1% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 6th lowest

Tennessee

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 15th most (total: 151)

• Sales associates: 711 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 17th most (total: 38,747

• Average hourly wage: $13.96 –​​​​​​​ 11th lowest

• State minimum wage: None

• Cost of living: 10.1% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 14th lowest

Texas     • Walmart stores:  2 per 100,000 residents -- 17th most (total: 593)     • Sales associates:  709 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 18th most (total: 158,545     • Average hourly wage:  $14.10 -- 17th lowest     • State minimum wage:  $7.25 -- 21st lowest     • Cost of living:  3.2% less than national average -- 23rd highest

Texas

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 17th most (total: 593)

• Sales associates: 709 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 18th most (total: 158,545

• Average hourly wage: $14.10 –​​​​​​​ 17th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 3.2% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 23rd highest

Utah

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 24th most (total: 59)

• Sales associates: 741 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 14th most (total: 17,913

• Average hourly wage: $14.94 –​​​​​​​ 16th highest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 3.4% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 24th highest

Vermont

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 9th fewest (total: 6)

• Sales associates: 198 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ the fewest (total: 1,029

• Average hourly wage: $14.48 –​​​​​​​ 24th highest

• State minimum wage: $10.96 –​​​​​​​ 12th highest

• Cost of living: 3.0% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 11th highest

Virginia

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 24th fewest (total: 149)

• Sales associates: 636 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 25th most (total: 42,711

• Average hourly wage: $14.10 –​​​​​​​ 17th lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 2.0% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 12th highest

Washington

• Walmart stores: 1 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 7th fewest (total: 66)

• Sales associates: 323 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 8th fewest (total: 19,758

• Average hourly wage: $15.86 –​​​​​​​ 4th highest

• State minimum wage: $13.5 –​​​​​​​ the highest

• Cost of living: 7.8% more than national average –​​​​​​​ 7th highest

West Virginia

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 9th most (total: 44)

• Sales associates: 759 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 13th most (total: 10,921

• Average hourly wage: $13.59 –​​​​​​​ 2nd lowest

• State minimum wage: $8.75 –​​​​​​​ 25th highest

• Cost of living: 12.2% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 5th lowest

Wisconsin

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 22nd fewest (total: 99)

• Sales associates: 639 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 24th most (total: 29,776

• Average hourly wage: $14.30 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• State minimum wage: $7.25 –​​​​​​​ 21st lowest

• Cost of living: 8.1% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 20th lowest

Wyoming     • Walmart stores:  2 per 100,000 residents -- 11th most (total: 14)     • Sales associates:  989 per 100,000 working-age adults -- 4th most (total: 4,476     • Average hourly wage:  $15.20 -- 11th highest     • State minimum wage:  $5.15 -- 8th lowest     • Cost of living:  7.3% less than national average -- 23rd lowest    ALSO READ: America's Highest Paying Companies

Wyoming

• Walmart stores: 2 per 100,000 residents –​​​​​​​ 11th most (total: 14)

• Sales associates: 989 per 100,000 working-age adults –​​​​​​​ 4th most (total: 4,476

• Average hourly wage: $15.20 –​​​​​​​ 11th highest

• State minimum wage: $5.15 –​​​​​​​ 8th lowest

• Cost of living: 7.3% less than national average –​​​​​​​ 23rd lowest

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Walmart reveals salaries -- and they may not be what you think

The average store manager makes $175,000 year.

BySoo Youn

May 9, 2019, 10:53 PM

• 5 min read

Walmart revealed average worker salaries in a new report, as the low-cost retailer battles a reputation for low pay in one of the tightest job markets in recent American history.

A full-time hourly worker in a Walmart store in the U.S. makes an average of $14.26 an hour, or around $25,000 a year, according to the company's 2019 Environmental, Social & Governance Report released on Wednesday. That's the average, but the range is $11 an hour to $24.70 an hour, Walmart spokesman Kory Lundberg told ABC News.

At Walmart, 34 hours a week is considered full-time, and most workers average 37 to 38 hours weekly, the company said. Health insurance is provided for employees who work at least 30 hours a week, Lundberg said.

In the U.S., Walmart store managers earn an average of $175,000 a year, according to the report. Their actual salaries are based on sales volume and the size of the store, Lundberg said.

"These stores are often the largest businesses in their communities with up to $100 million in sales and 300 employees," Lundberg said, adding that 75% of these managers started off as hourly employees.

Still, that's not much compared to Walmart's CEO Doug McMillon's pay -- he earned $22.8 million in 2018, or almost 1,000 times the average full-time workers' salary.

Competitors including Amazon and Costco say they pay workers at least $15 an hour.

"Walmart started paying more not in response to the tight job market, but in response to competition from its fellow retailers and also because it knew it wasn't paying enough," Charles Fishman, the author of "The Wal-Mart Effect," told ABC News. "Those wages, and that plan is serving Walmart well as the competition tightens up."

Still, there's room for more upside, Fishman said.

"Let's be clear. There's no world in which $14.25 an hour or $110 a day before taxes is not a struggle," he said. "The fact that it's double the federal minimum wage ($7.25 an hour) is an indictment of the minimum wage. There's no cushion. It's the definition of living paycheck to paycheck."

However, the fact that Walmart reduced employee turnover by 10% in the past year, "shows the wages and the training are working. People are not leaving to make another $1 an hour across the street. They are sticking around," Fishman said


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Walmart to hike wages for 425,000 workers to average above $15 an hour

Walmart announced Thursday it will raise pay for workers to an average above $15 an hour, giving a boost to 425,000 employees.

Walmart said its minimum starting wage for workers will remain at $11 an hour. Its U.S. workforce numbers about 1.5 million people, making it the nation’s largest private employer.

The big-box retailer made the announcement as it reported holiday-quarter earnings that fell short of Wall Street’s expectations, weighed down by coronavirus-related expenses and heightened investments in e-commerce. Walmart also cautioned that it expects its sales growth to moderate this year.

Beginning March 13, the company said, pay for store workers in digital and stocking positions will go up to $13 to $19 an hour, depending on store location.

Rivals Amazon and Target have made their starting pay $15 an hour, and the Biden administration and Congress are considering hiking the federal minimum wage to that level from $7.25 per hour.

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, who is also chairman of the influential Business Roundtable, has previously said that the retailer believes the federal minimum wage should be higher — but with "geographic differences."

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Walmart salary average

Walmart hikes hourly pay by $1 for more than 550,000 workers ahead of the holidays

According to Furner, employees who work on the front end of Walmart stores and in its food and consumable department and general merchandise department will receive the higher wages, which will be effective Sept. 25.

Walmart's minimum wage will rise to $12, from the $11 hourly base it set in 2018. However, that is lower than the $15-per-hour minimum rate at rivals Target and Amazon. The federal minimum wage is $7.25.

Earlier in the week, Walmart announced its plans to hire 20,000 workers for its supply chain as it ramps up for the holidays and prepares for more people to shop online. In July, it said it would pay 100% of college tuition and books for employees.

The nation's largest private employer is sweetening its perks as companies cope with fierce competition for workers amid ongoing Covid-19 outbreaks.

Other retailers have announced similar perks and policy changes in recent months. Among them, Target rolled out its own debt-free college program. CVS Health and Walgreens Boots Alliance said they are boosting starting wages to $15 an hour in the coming months, and CVS said it would drop education requirements for entry-level jobs.

— CNBC's Melissa Repko contributed to this report.

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Walmart store managers make $175,000 annually on average

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About Walmart.com

Address: 702 Southwest 8th Street Bentonville, Arkansas 72716

Website: http://www.walmartstores.com

Industries: Retail, Variety Stores, Department Stores

Year Established: 1962

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Avg. Hourly Rate: $11 - $22

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