U.S. Army - Project Management Salaries in the United States

Salary estimated from 1,473 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: July 17, 2019
Project ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
9 salaries reported
$75,435 per year
  • Most Reported
$25,000
$177,000
12 salaries reported
$77,260 per year
$25,000
$177,000
11 salaries reported
$101,476 per year
$25,000
$177,000
7 salaries reported
$75,017 per year
$25,000
$177,000
188 salaries reported
$77,663 per year
$25,000
$177,000
19 salaries reported
$115,743 per year
$25,000
$177,000
83 salaries reported
$89,388 per year
$25,000
$177,000
4 salaries reported
$16.98 per hour
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
5 salaries reported
$84,499 per year
$25,000
$177,000
5 salaries reported
$78,731 per year
$25,000
$177,000
56 salaries reported
$87,221 per year
$25,000
$177,000
6 salaries reported
$83,137 per year
$25,000
$177,000
8 salaries reported
$72,984 per year
$25,000
$177,000
6 salaries reported
$70,397 per year
$25,000
$177,000
8 salaries reported
$99,187 per year
$25,000
$177,000
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Common benefits at U.S. Army

  • 401K Plan
  • Dental Insurance
  • Employee Discounts
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
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    4.0
    This company was a great company to work, in terms of salary. But recently they have changed their policies and reduced the salaries to minimum, compared to what will go on you in the field. Not all their field managers take care about you. You have ...
    Cultural Advisor (Former Employee)
    Leesburg, VA - July 19, 2018
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    It was one of the best experience of my life. I have became stronger in term of not to fear anything anymore . Almost died twice during the deployment to IRAQ.
    linguist for various US ARMY (Former Employee)
    Reston, VA - January 22, 2016
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