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How Much Money Do Chick-Fil-A Employees Typically Make?
By JAMES LEWIS
With more than 2,800 locations across the U.S., Chick-Fil-A requires a huge staff — over 140,000 — to look after all of these restaurants. The fast food chain has an annual revenue of $5.8 billion, but how much money does it pay to the huge number of employees who make up the staff of Chick-Fil-A?
Team members in Chick-Fil-A often have to do monotonous tasks and as compensation, they make $13.06 per hour, while cashiers make $23,100 per year. Team members who work in the kitchens and prepare food make $22,451 yearly, and drive-thru staff members take home an average of $20,781 a year, while cooks make $21,797 a year.
Chick-Fil-A also employs others to form the backbone of the business, including delivery drivers who can provide customers with snacks, and the employees make an average of $13.35 per hour. Similarly, dishwashers who have the crucial job of ensuring the plate is clean make $13.49 hourly, while cleaners are known to make $14.07.
Other jobs in Chick-fil-A include $27,763 annually for trainers, plus $13.68 hourly for marketing interns, while ambassadors for Chick-fil-A make around $15.49 an hour, and computer experts make $23,739 yearly. To climb a little higher up the ladder, people become shift leaders, and make $31,783 per year, while shift managers are known to take home $34,624 annually.
Still higher up the corporate chain, store managers make $36,776 annually, kitchen managers make $35,478, marketing managers earn $39,833, and general managers earn around $53,543. Lastly, the biggest earners include the executives, with an average pay of $233,533 a year, while the CEO Andrew Truett Cathy takes home a whopping $700,000.