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|Rank||Job Title||Avg. Salary||Hourly Rate|
|1||Marketing Vice President||$171,482||$82|
|8||Senior Software Engineer||$103,677||$50|
|10||Oracle Database Administrator||$100,089||$48|
|11||Web Sphere Administrator||$99,016||$48|
|13||Senior Software Development Engineer||$95,675||$46|
Research Summary. Using a database of 30 million profiles, Zippia estimates demographics and statistics for Mastercard. Our estimates are verified against BLS, Census, and current job openings data for accuracy. After extensive research and analysis, Zippia's data science team found that:
Mastercard has 21,000 employees.
41% of Mastercard employees are women, while 59% are men.
The most common ethnicity at Mastercard is White (58%).
16% of Mastercard employees are Asian.
13% of Mastercard employees are Hispanic or Latino.
The average employee at Mastercard makes $99,226 per year.
Mastercard employees are most likely to be members of the democratic party.
On average, employees at Mastercard stay with the company for 5.1 years.
|Rank||City||Job Count||Avg. Salary|
|1||New York, NY||250||$105,101|
|4||San Francisco, CA||27||$125,552|
|5||Kansas City, MO||14||$85,853|
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Mastercard employees are most likely to be members of the Democratic Party. The largest donation made to a political party by a Mastercard employee was by Ajay Banga. Ajay Banga donated $58,415 to the Democratic Party.
|Ajay Banga||Chief Executive Officer||Democratic Party||$58,415|
|Elizabeth Berry||Consultant||Democratic Party||$20,000|
|Timothy Murphy||General Counsel||Democratic Party||$19,600|
|BEN Colvin||Sales/Marketing||Democratic Party||$14,480|
|TIM Berger||Senior Vice President||Democratic Party||$13,210|
|Marianne Fogarty||Attorney||Democratic Party||$12,000|
|Shamina Singh||Director Of Philanthropy||Democratic Party||$11,838|
|Edward McLaughlin||Emergency Communications Officer||Democratic Party||$11,000|
|Craig Vosburg||President||Democratic Party||$11,000|
|Michael Froman||Business Executive||Democratic Party||$8,400|
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The Mastercard Foundation owns Mastercard. The company is Mastercard's largest stakeholder, with 11% ownership of the company. The Vanguard Group, Inc. is the second largest stakeholder with 7.8% of Mastercard's common stock.
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