Yes, it was reported in July 2021 that managers at Walmart could earn an annual income of nearly $400,000 without a college degree, which includes salary, bonuses, and long-term incentives such as stock grants. This is seen as a part of Walmart’s efforts to invest in their workforce and retain their top talent. The typical store manager, according to the retail giant, earns $175,000 a year on average. However, with the inclusion of performance bonuses and stock grants, which the company has recently added to its reward scheme, the total compensation could reach up to $400,000. It’s important to note this can vary greatly depending on the manager’s performance, the store’s performance, and other variables. Nonetheless, it offers a significant earning potential without a college degree requirement.
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