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EMPLOYEE
PARTICIPANTS
21
TOTAL
RATINGS
161
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The Washington Post Company Culture

Salaries at The Washington Post View All

Salaries range from a low of $50,962 to a high of $402,942. The jobs with the 3 highest estimated salaries are VP of Sales, Director of Sales, and VP of Product, while the jobs with the lowest 3 estimated salaries are Admin Assistant, Marketing Associate, and Sales Associate.

Overall Average Salaries

$73k
$95k
$111k
$211k
$258k
$403k
Highest SalariesAvg.Range**
1VP of Sales$402,942*$260k-$700k
2Director of Sales$257,732*$117k-$370k
3VP of Product$227,790*$100k-$390k
Lowest SalariesAvg.Range**
1Admin Assistant$50,962*$41k-$63k
2Marketing Associate$51,404*$36k-$60k
3Sales Associate$52,173*$40k-$62k

Employer contributed salary*Estimated average salaries**

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Candidates Interested in Working at The Washington Post

Candidates By Department

All Industries
38%
Operations
12%
Product
8%
Engineering
8%
Design
8%
Other
27%

Candidates By Location

Washington
77%
New York City
8%
Bethesda
4%
Fairfax
4%
Alexandria
4%
Other
4%

Gender Score How positively women rate their overall experience at The Washington Post

Top
50%

The Washington Post currently ranks in the Top 50% of similarly sized companies on Comparably

Diversity Score How positively minorities rate their overall experience at The Washington Post

Bottom
35%

The Washington Post currently ranks in the Bottom 35% of similarly sized companies on Comparably

eNPS

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Top 15%Top 15% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
47
eNPS Score
62%Promoters
23%Passives
15%Detractors

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The Washington Post Culture At a Glance

21 employees at The Washington Post have reviewed The Washington Post across various culture dimensions, providing their opinions on items ranging from executive ratings to the pace at work. The latest review was 2 months ago.

Overall, the 21 The Washington Post employees give their leadership a grade of A-, or Top 15% of similar size companies on Comparably. This includes specific ratings of their executive team, CEO, and manager.

Employees at The Washington Post are not very pleased with their total compensation at The Washington Post, which includes a combination of pay, stock and equity, and benefits.

Overall, employees at The Washington Post are generally satisfied with their team. 21 Participants grade the quality of their coworkers a C+. The majority believe the meetings at The Washington Post are effective, and the majority look forward to interacting with their coworkers.

The majority of employees at The Washington Post believe the environment at The Washington Post is positive. Most Participants believe the pace of work at The Washington Post is extremely fast. About 72% of the employees at The Washington Post work 8 hours or less.

Overall, the employees at The Washington Post are happy, based on their aggregated ratings of future outlook, customer perception, and their excitement going to work.

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The Washington Post vs Competitors

  1. 1st
    The New York Times
    87 / 100
  2. 2nd
    Wall Street Journal
    77 / 100
  3. 3rd
    The Washington Post
    76 / 100
  4. 4th
    Capital One
    72 / 100
  5. 5th
    CNN
    69 / 100
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