Friday, October 30, 2015

26 tech companies where the average pay is over $120,000

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There's no question that tech is a booming industry that pays well. But it's not just Google, Facebook, and Microsoft employees that enjoy high salaries.

Employees at a whole variety of tech companies are commanding salaries over $120,000, according to job-hunting site Glassdoor.
Glassdoor culled through its massive database of self-reported salaries to come up with this list ofaverage worker pay at the largest tech companies, across all job titles. All companies included here had at least 30 salaries reported to Glassdoor, and this includes total pay, including bonuses, etc. as employees reported it.
From this data one thing is clear: It pays to work in tech.

No. 26: Qualcomm, $121,249

No. 26: Qualcomm, $121,249

Employees rate the company: 3.7 out of 5
What it does: Qualcomm is a chip maker best known for making chips that power mobile and wireless devices.
No. 25: Avago, $122,285
Employees rate the company: 2.5 out of 5
What it does: Avago is a computer-chip and computer-component manufacturer.

No. 24: CA Technologies, $122,520

No. 24: CA Technologies, $122,520

Employees rate the company: 3.2 out of 5
What it does: CA Technologies makes software that helps IT departments monitor and manage their data centers and networks.

No. 23: Symantec, $124,474

No. 23: Symantec, $124,474

Employees rate the company: 3 out of 5
What it does: Symantec makes computer-security software.

No. 22: Apple, $126,449

No. 22: Apple, $126,449

Employees rate the company: 4 out of 5
What it does: Apple makes the iPhone, iPad, Mac computers, and software that runs on its devices.
Note: The salary figure does not include Apple's retail employees. When including them, the average Apple employee salary is $36,760.

No. 21: Intuit, $126,999

No. 21: Intuit, $126,999

Intuit CEO Brad Smith.
Employees rate the company: 3.8 out of 5
What it does: Intuit makes accounting software for consumers and small businesses.

No. 20: Nvidia, $127,317

No. 20: Nvidia, $127,317

Employees rate the company: 3.9 out of 5
What it does: Nvidia makes chips and other tech for rendering computer graphics, especially the graphics used by videos and video games.

No. 19: Akamai, $129,603

No. 19: Akamai, $129,603

Employees rate the company: 4 out of 5
What it does: Akamai offers something called a "content delivery network" service that helps big internet sites run faster and more reliably.

No. 18: SanDisk, $130,000

No. 18: SanDisk, $130,000

Employees rate the company: 3.2 out of 5
What it does: SanDisk makes memory cards and computer-storage hardware.

No. 17: NetApp, $130,033

No. 17: NetApp, $130,033

Employees rate the company: 3.5 out of 5
What it does: NetApp makes computer-storage devices.

No. 16: Autodesk, $130,149

No. 16: Autodesk, $130,149

Employees rate the company: 3.9 out of 5
What it does: Autodesk offers software for engineers, architects, and designers.

No. 15: eBay, $132,220

No. 15: eBay, $132,220

Employees rate the company: 3.6 out of 5
What it does: EBay is one of the most popular online marketplaces for new and used goods.

No. 14: Verisign, $132,475

No. 14: Verisign, $132,475

Employees rate the company: 3.9 out of 5
What it does: Verisign offers internet security services and domain-name registration.

No. 13: Adobe, $133,322

No. 13: Adobe, $133,322

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen.
Employees rate the company: 4 out of 5
What it does: Adobe makes software for artists, photographers, and designers.

No. 12: Netflix, $134,721

No. 12: Netflix, $134,721

Employees rate the company: 3.6 out of 5
What it does: Netflix offers a subscription service that streams movies and TV over the internet.

No. 11: Microsoft, $137,000

No. 11: Microsoft, $137,000

Employees rate the company: 3.8 out of 5
What it does: Software and consumer tech giant that makes the Windows operating system, Office apps, Xbox gaming console, and other devices and software.

No. 10: Yahoo, $137,011

No. 10: Yahoo, $137,011

Employees rate the company: 3.5 out of 5
What it does: Yahoo is the iconic internet company where you can do everything from check the weather to watch videos.

No. 9: F5 Networks, $138,403

No. 9: F5 Networks, $138,403

Employees rate the company: 4.2 out of 5
What it does: F5 makes computer-network equipment that helps secure and speed up corporate networks.

No. 8: Cisco, $138,861

No. 8: Cisco, $138,861

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins
Employees rate the company: 3.7 out of 5
What it does: Cisco is the world's biggest maker of computer-network equipment.

No. 7: Xilinx, $141,448

No. 7: Xilinx, $141,448

Employees rate the company: 3.4 out of 5
What it does: Designs programmable logic devices such as chips that run in computer networks and wireless devices.

No. 6: Altera, $141,035

No. 6: Altera, $141,035

Employees rate the company: 3.4 out of 5
What it does: Altera is a chip maker that specializes in programmable logic devices, digital circuits with functions that can be altered through software. Intel is in the process of buying Altera for $16.7 billion.

No. 5: Broadcom, $145,084

No. 5: Broadcom, $145,084

Employees rate the company: 3.5 out of 5
What it does: Makes programmable chips used by just about every major hardware maker. Avago is in the process of acquiring Broadcom for $37 billion.

No. 4: Facebook, $146,120

No. 4: Facebook, $146,120

Employees rate the company: 4.4 out of 5
What it does: World's largest social network.

No. 3: Salesforce, $151,512

No. 3: Salesforce, $151,512
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff.

Employees rate the company: 3.9 out of 5
What it does: Best known for its "customer relationship management" app for corporate sales forces, sold as a service over the internet.

No. 2: Google, $153,150

No. 2: Google, $153,150

Employees rate the company: 4.4 out of 5
What it does: Internet search giant that does everything from smartphone software to work apps to self-driving cars.

No. 1: Juniper Networks, $153,624

No. 1: Juniper Networks, $153,624
Employees rate the company: 3.6 out of 5
What it does: Juniper makes equipment for building and securing computer networks.
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