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Coursera DevOps Salary

The average Coursera DevOps earns $164,000 annually. This total compensation is $46,255 more than the US average for a DevOps.

The Engineering Department at Coursera earns $1,837 more on average than the Design Department. Comparably data has a total of 1 salary record from Coursera DevOps.

Last updated 7 days ago.

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Average Compensation
$164,000
avg. base

DevOps Salaries at Coursera

DevOps earn $4,152 more than Sales Engineers, and $3,605 less than Lead Engineers.

Director of Engineering
$236k*
Group Engineering Manager
$201k*
Principal Engineer
$181k*
Lead Engineer
$168k*
DevOps
$164k
Sales Engineer
$160k*
Data Scientist
$155k*
Senior QA
$146k*
Developer
$133k*
QA
$117k*
Jr Developer
$112k*
* estimated salary

Compensation at Coursera by Department

The Engineering Department averages $1,837 more than the Design Department, and $16,304 less than the Product Department

Product
$154,014 Avg. total comp.
+$16k
Engineering
$137,710 Avg. total comp.
Design
$135,873 Avg. total comp.
-$2k

Recent DevOps Salaries at Coursera

DevOps
Posted more than 30 days ago
$164,000 Salary + Bonus

DevOps Compensation by Gender (All Companies)

The average female DevOps at companies similar size to Coursera reported making $110,924, while the average male DevOps at similar sized companies reported making $123,697.

DevOps Compensation by Ethnicity (All Companies)

The average Native American DevOps at companies similar size to Coursera reported making $150,000, while the average Hispanic or Latino DevOps at similar sized companies reported making $111,787.

How DevOps at Coursera Rate Their Compensation

The majority of DevOps at Coursera believe they're compensated fairly. 33% of DevOps at Coursera say they receive annual bonuses, and the majority (65%) are satisfied with their benefits. See more compensation ratings at Coursera

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