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Google CS Rep Salaries in San Francisco

The average Google CS Rep in San Francisco earns $77,450 annually, which includes a base salary of $62,950 with a $14,500 bonus. This total compensation is $29,957 more than the US average for a CS Rep. CS Rep salaries at Google in San Francisco can range from $74,900 - $80,000.

In San Francisco, The Customer Support Department at Google earns $4,560 more on average than the Marketing Department. Comparably data has a total of 1 salary record from Google CS Reps.

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$62,950
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$14,500
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CS Rep Salaries at Google

In San Francisco, CS Reps earn $10,327 less than Directors of Care.

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Compensation at Google by Department

In San Francisco, The Customer Support Department averages $4,560 more than the Marketing Department, and $8,311 less than the Communications Department

Communications
$115,466 Avg. total comp.
+$8k
Customer Support
$107,155 Avg. total comp.
Marketing
$102,595 Avg. total comp.
-$5k

Recent CS Rep Salaries at Google

CS Rep
Posted more than 30 days ago
$80,000 Salary + Bonus

CS Rep Compensation by Gender (All Companies)

The average female CS Rep at companies similar size to Google reported making $45,474, while the average male CS Rep at similar sized companies reported making $52,199.

CS Rep Compensation by Ethnicity (All Companies)

The average Native American CS Rep at companies similar size to Google reported making $68,667, while the average African American/Black CS Rep at similar sized companies reported making $41,189.

How CS Reps at Google Rate Their Compensation

The majority of CS Reps at Google believe they're compensated fairly. 78% of CS Reps at Google say they receive annual bonuses, and the vast majority (86%) are satisfied with their benefits. See more compensation ratings at Google

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