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What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Stryker?

What do you like best about working at Stryker? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

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Josh A in Metairie, Louisiana

114 months ago

This depends on the job... An average sales rep probably earns a base of $70K with med, dental, and vision. With commission the typical sales guy makes about $250K. The top performers make $400K-$500K a year.

For your project managers (a good entry level job) your salary will depend on your experience. If you have a strong background in leadership you'll probably start at around $70K. Bonuses in this position are low.... but you can move directly to sales from here after about 2 years.

Other jobs pay different amounts.

Benefits include:

Health Insurance
401K with company match
Maternity and Daddy Days
110% re-imbursement for Grad school classes where you earn an A.
Stock Options (depending on just how good you are)
Strong upward mobility (The company has grown 20% each year for the last 20 years).
10 days paid vacation
10 paid holidays

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114 months ago

Does anyone know if Stryker gives New Year's Eve as a paid holiday?

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mslilypond in Saginaw, Michigan

107 months ago

what about design or manufacturing engineers?
my husband just finished his degree, but has been working at a lower tier medical instruments company for 7 years,
the past 4 have been in engineering/designing, which included managing the other designers.

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Mahwah Employee in Morristown, New Jersey

107 months ago

For a non-managerial position in Mahwah, NJ he'd start around $65K-$70K plus bonus (possibly a little above this range because he has so many years experience). For a managerial position, it would be around $100K plus bonus. I don't know about Michigan, but maybe a bit less.

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