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In-N-Out Burger pays store manager more than $160,000 per year, according to report

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Posted at 8:13 PM, Jan 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-01-24 10:49:08-05

IRVINE, Calif. -- In a recent interview with the California Sun, In-N-Out Burger revealed how much they pay their store managers.

According to the report, the fast food chain pays store managers an average salary of more than $160,000. The $160,000 salary is more than triple the industry average, according to the California Sun.

For comparison, the average architect in California makes roughly $112,000 per year.

The fast food chain even beat Google and ranked fourth on Glassdoor’s “2018 Best Places to Work.”

Employees start out making $13 per hour. Minimum wage in California is currently $10.50.