IBM Product Designer Salaries

Updated 8 Jul 2021
About

€42,121 - €57,457

/yr

Base Pay Average

3 Salaries

Additional Pay Average:

€418

Low

High

Cash Bonus

Reported in 1 salaries

About €418 - €418

Stock Bonus, Profit Sharing, Commission Sharing, Tips have not been reported for this role

How much does a Product Designer at IBM make?

The typical IBM Product Designer salary is €52,286. Product Designer salaries at IBM can range from €42,121 - €57,457. This estimate is based upon 3 IBM Product Designer salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Product Designer at IBM can expect to make an average total pay of €52,704 . See all Product Designer salaries to learn how this stacks up in the market.

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The average salary for a Product Designer is €54,737 per year in Ireland, which is 4% higher than the average IBM salary of €52,286 per year for this job.

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