Walgreens store manager salaries: Walgreens STORE MANAGER Salary | Salary.com

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Updated August 22, 2022


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$22.57 hourly rate

Entry-level store manager salary


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How Much Does Walgreens Pay Store Managers?

Walgreens pays Store Managers $36,227 per year on average. This is 22% less than the national average salary for Store Managers.
Store Managers make $46,950 per year on average, or $22.57 per hour, in the United States. Store Managers on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $18,000 a year, while the top 10% make $72,000.

Location impacts how much a store manager can expect to make. Store Managers make the most at Walgreens in Urban Honolulu, HI, Los Angeles, CA and Wilmington, DE.

How Much Does Walgreens Pay Store Managers By Location?

If you want to get paid the most as a Store Manager at Walgreens, Urban Honolulu, Los Angeles and Washington are the best options, as they are the highest-paying cities in this company.
Additionally, cities like Wilmington and Las Vegas also report highly competitive salaries for Store Managers at Walgreens.

Store Manager Salaries By Location At Walgreens

Rank City Avg. Salary Hourly Rate
1 Urban Honolulu, HI $64,053 $30. 79
2 Los Angeles, CA $51,180 $24.61
3 Washington, DC $43,525 $20.93
4 Wilmington, DE $42,171 $20.27
5 Las Vegas, NV $40,271 $19.36
6 Tucson, AZ $40,110 $19.28
7 New York, NY $40,043 $19. 25
8 Houston, TX $39,667 $19.07
9 Newark, NJ $38,929 $18.72
10 Miami, FL $37,985 $18.26

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Highest paid Store Manager jobs at Walgreens

Rank Job Title Average Salary Hourly Rate Job Openings
1 Mobile Manager $139,443 $67
2 Head Manager $136,807 $66
3 Lead Manager $132,960 $64
4 Selling Manager $130,564 $63
5 Corporate Operations Manager $125,793 $60
6 General Merchandise Manager $124,221 $60
7 Sales And Operations Manager $122,779 $59
8 Director/Operations Manager $118,997 $57
9 Acting Manager $117,045 $56
10 Senior Store Manager $115,039 $55

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Which Walgreens competitors pay store managers the most?

If you want to compare the store managers salaries between Walgreens and some similar companies, being employed by a company such as CVS Health or Rite Aid would be a smart choice, as they are the highest-paying companies in this field. Additionally, companies like Nordstrom and Costco Wholesale also report highly competitive salaries for store managers.

Rank Company Average Salary Hourly Rate Job Openings
1 CVS Health $47,809 $23 892
2 Kroger $44,884 $22 586
3 Rite Aid $44,823 $22 249
4 Nordstrom $44,542 $21 72
5 Costco Wholesale $44,069 $21 1
6 Walmart $43,434 $21 473
7 Publix $43,306 $21 1
8 Macy’s $42,223 $20 78
9 Target $42,173 $20 485
10 Ulta Beauty $41,509 $20 301
11 Vudu $41,380 $20
12 Kohl’s $41,313 $20 519
13 Sears Holdings $40,878 $20 55
14 The Home Depot $40,516 $19 623
15 Dollar General $40,437 $19 6587
16 Dollar Tree $39,229 $19 3046
17 Burlington $38,100 $18 702
18 Lowe’s Companies $35,801 $17 339
19 Whole Foods Market $35,417 $17 111
20 Toys”R”Us $34,778 $17

Frequently asked questions about Walgreens Store Manager salaries.

How much does Walgreens pay Store Managers an hour?

Walgreens pays store managers $23 an hour, on average.

What is the starting pay for a Store Manager at Walgreens?

The starting pay for a Store Manager at Walgreens is $30,000 per year, or $14 an hour.

How much does Walgreens pay compared to CVS Health?

Walgreens pays $46,950 per year on average compared to CVS Health, which pays $47,809. That works out to $23 per hour at Walgreens, compared to $23 per hour at CVS Health.

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Walgreens Store Manager Wage Claims

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Walgreens’ total liability may approach $200 million.

Walgreens pays California store managers a salary, but they say they mostly do non-managerial tasks like cashiering, stocking shelves, and pharmacy. That means they are owed overtime, money for missed meal and rest breaks, etc. 

We represent more than 100 California Walgreens store managers who wisely opted-out of the Caves class action settlement to seek a better than class action result. Based on detailed data from our clients we know that the average store manager who has worked for Walgreens since 2014 and did mostly hourly work, has a claim for about $200,000. 

Numerous store managers have already sued.


Here is the “notice of removal” that Walgreens filed in federal court admitting that even based on its “conservative assumptions” each of our original 38 Plaintiffs’ claims was potentially worth more than $75,000, and indeed some more than $200,000. Take a look, especially starting at page 13 of 27 (numbered page 12 at the bottom) and following. More detailed data from scores of our clients shows these assupmtions were indeed “conservative”, and that among managers with winning claims, the average claim’s potential may be about $200,000. (Of course, settlement value will be much less. But this shows the Caves settlement is a bad idea for anyone who spent more than half their time on hourly tasks (unless they didn’t work overtime and took their breaks).

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Walgreens has already agreed to pay $6 million to CA store managers for wage and hour claims.

Walgreens store managers are paid as salaried (exempt) employees. But they say mostly they do non-managerial tasks like cashiering and stocking shelves. In California, that means they may be entitled to overtime, meal breaks, and rest breaks (or cash, if they didn’t get those). If you’re a California Walgreens manager, answer a few questions. You may be owed significant additional pay.

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