Assistant managers provide an additional layer of leadership within organizations. Typically associated with companies in the retail and services spaces, assistant managers offer leadership, mentoring, scheduling and organization to a department. Becoming an assistant manager requires demonstrated leadership qualities, organizational soundness and an ability to prioritize and delegate work to a sometimes large group of direct reports. People that gravitate toward assistant manager roles are commonly friendly, outgoing and attentive with a keen ability to help get the most from those that they manage. Those that are successful will normally be offered roles of greater responsibility, such as Store Manager, Branch Manager, District Manager, etc.See Job Listings Get Job Alerts
Below is the national average for Assistant Manager salaries as well as what you can expect in top paying cities.
Assistant Manager salaries can vary widely across companies. Here are some of the top paying companies you should consider.