T-ROC Salaries in the United States

Salary estimated from 4,326 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: January 16, 2019
Popular JobsAverage SalarySalary Distribution
173 salaries reported
$10.51 per hour
  • Most Reported
$7.25
$21.75
142 salaries reported
$11.48 per hour
$7.25
$21.75
107 salaries reported
$10.75 per hour
$7.25
$16.40
100 salaries reported
$10.84 per hour
$7.25
$21.75
42 salaries reported
$13.76 per hour
$7.25
$24.90
SalesAverage SalarySalary Distribution
173 salaries reported
$10.51 per hour
  • Most Reported
$7.25
$21.75
100 salaries reported
$10.84 per hour
$7.25
$21.75
142 salaries reported
$11.48 per hour
$7.25
$21.75
8 salaries reported
$42,859 per year
$14,500
$43,500
25 salaries reported
$10.56 per hour
$7.25
$21.75
RetailAverage SalarySalary Distribution
107 salaries reported
$10.75 per hour
  • Most Reported
$7.25
$16.40
6 salaries reported
$12.66 per hour
$7.25
$16.40
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
12 salaries reported
$11.50 per hour
  • Most Reported
$7.25
$42.55
6 salaries reported
$69,022 per year
$14,500
$85,100
Other Popular JobsAverage SalarySalary Distribution
42 salaries reported
$13.76 per hour
  • Most Reported
$7.25
$24.90
$10.50 per hour
$7.25
$15.75
5 salaries reported
$13.92 per hour
$7.25
$24.85
3 salaries reported
$11.64 per hour
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Salary satisfaction

51%
51% think they are paid fairly
Based on 299 ratings
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Common benefits at T-ROC

  • 401K Plan
  • Dental Insurance
  • Employee Discounts
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
Benefit information is collected from job descriptions and reviews about T-ROC on indeed.com.
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What people say about working at T-ROC

  • Ok Company

    3.0
    It was an ok company to work for. Management in general was very good. The pay is very low across the board, and the benefits are pretty bad. The only way to advance is to be forced to move (and pay your own moving expenses), and then you're still no...
    Account Manager and Apple Brand Ambassador (Former Employee)
    Jacksonville, FL - December 18, 2018
  • The only time you should consider working here is if you live in a wealthy/densely populated market. Otherwise, skip the headache

    2.0
    This is one of the most stress inducing jobs you could choose. The management is unwilling to provide feedback, there is little to no training whatsoever, the commission sucks, you are constantly griped at to get sales when little to no customers are...
    Wireless Specialist (Former Employee)
    Campbellsville, KY - September 29, 2018
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