In-N-Out Burger reveals managers make $160k on average

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In-N-Out revealed the salary of its managers in a recent interview with the California Sun. 

According to the report the fast food restaurant pays its restaurant managers on average more than $160,000, which is more than triple the fast food industry average. 

Workers at the family-owned chain begin at $13 per hour, which is $2.50 above California's current minimum wage. Employees can work their way up to get the coveted manager's salary, and a college degree is not necessary. 

Benefits also include health insurance, vision, 401K and dental plans. 

KTVU reached out to In-N-Out Burger corporate who confirmed managers make on average $160,000.

In-N-Out tells KTVU the store managers each lead a single restaurant, and they are responsible for overseeing all aspects of that location’s operation. "These responsibilities include ensuring that quality, service, and cleanliness meet our high standards. As leaders, they hire, train, and develop their team, and are responsible for creating and maintaining an enthusiastic and positive working environment."

Employees seem to appreciate working for In-N-Out. On 91 percent of employees would recommend working at In-N-Out to a friend. One former employee wrote that it can be a bit fast paced and stressful at times but it's "great pay, and you can move up fairly quickly."

The In-N-Out employment page can be found here. 

Read the full report from the California Sun here.