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Complaints About Low Salaries? Not at Facebook

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Employees of Facebook, the world’s most popular social network, are paid very well for their services, a report said.

According to the data gathered by Glassdoor and later obtained by Business Insider, tech-savvy job-seekers can make as much money as investment bankers, the Daily Mail said.

According to new figures, an engineering manager could earn up to $380, 861 in combined compensation every year, while a research scientist at the firm can expect to earn $172, 705, and the average network engineer could be paid $160, 172 in annual salary plus bonuses, the Mail said.

The average product analyst earns $118, 864 per year, a production engineer makes $132, 534, a user interface engineer nets $146, 708 and a data engineer typically receives $146, 949, according to the Mail.

Meanwhile, a software engineer III earns $171, 706 annually, but less than the average technical program manager ($175, 589), software engineer ($183, 397) and software engineer V ($259, 349), the report said.

Entry level software engineers are paid a combined compensation of $106, 000 per year, the Mail said.

Facebook is worth more than $200 billion. The firm’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, whose site now attracts 1.35 billion active monthly users, is currently the 16th richest person in the world, with a net worth of $33.3 billion, the report said.


  1. Product Analyst: $118, 864
  2. Production Engineer: $132, 534
  3. User Interface Engineer: $146, 708
  4. Data Engineer: $146, 949
  5. Network Engineer: $160, 172
  6. Software Engineer III: $171, 076
  7. Research Scientist: $172, 705
  8. Technical Program Manager: $175, 589
  9. Software Engineer: $183, 397
  10. Data Scientist: $185, 743
  11. Product Manager: $194, 907
  12. Software Engineer IV: $209, 988
  13. Senior Software Engineer: $211, 647
  14. Software Engineer V: $259, 349
  15. Engineering Manager: $380, 861


Source: Business Insider/Glassdoor

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