Citi Applications Developer Salaries

Updated 18 Aug 2022

₹14,00,253

/yr

Base Pay Average

38 Salaries

₹4L₹21L

Additional Pay Average

Low

High

₹2,01,327 Avg

Cash Bonus

Reported in 16 salaries

₹43T₹3L
₹42,817 - ₹2,52,846 Range
Stock Bonus, Profit Sharing, Commission Sharing, Tips have not been reported for this role

How much does a Applications Developer at Citi make?

The typical Citi Applications Developer salary is ₹14,00,253 per year. Applications Developer salaries at Citi can range from ₹4,00,000 - ₹20,64,906 per year. This estimate is based upon 38 Citi Applications Developer salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Applications Developer at Citi can expect to make an average total pay of ₹14,67,478 per year.

₹14,67,478

Total Pay Average

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Citi Salary FAQs

The average salary for an Applications Developer is ₹8,00,500 per year in India, which is 42% lower than the average Citi salary of ₹14,00,253 per year for this job.

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