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Anonymous

Posted 28 Sep, 2020 |

What is amazon L6, L7 and L8 salary range in US and India?

Mukesh jha

Blogger | Posted 03 Oct, 2020

I am giving the information for L7. L6 would be 15% lower and L8, 15% higher.

In the US, you will get $380K to $470K contingent upon your residency with the organization.

In India, you will get generally 1.4 crore to 1.8 crore again relying upon residency and group.

Note that Amazon's pay is rising quickly as they are employing forcefully against a tight market for top designing ability.

Other top organizations to join are LinkedIn and Zoho.

Prreeti Radhika Taneja

Entrepreneur | Posted 29 Sep, 2020


Between India and the USA, it varies from individuals to individuals based on their experience, role, 

and a few other factors. So, there are no exact numbers; only estimates and aggregates.

Plus, the high-level new employees at Amazon also get a joining bonus, as well as the RSU or
Restricted Stock Unit. They also get annual bonuses.

But coming back to your question…

(Courtesy: Techgig)

A senior product manager at Amazon (L7 and L8) makes anywhere between INR 31.5 lakh and INR
40 lakh.

A product manager at Amazon (L6) makes between INR 5 lakh to INR 27 lakh.

In the United States, a senior product manager at Amazon (L7 and L8) makes anywhere between
$109k and $160k. An Operations Manager (L6) gets between $42k and $104k.

In the US, an L6 software engineer makes a total of about $305k a year (includes all the bonuses and
stock). An L7 software engineer makes $569k annually (includes all bonuses and stock).

(Courtesy: daxx.com)

So, there’s no definite answer to this. It depends on their experience, exact role and the ladder. On
the web, you will find all sorts of numbers; very different from each other.

But to give you a basic idea, if you’re working at the Amazon on L6, L7, and L8 levels, you’ll be
making a lot of money both in the US and India, or anywhere in the world – much higher than your
peers in other countries.