What is the highest salary on Google

Salary at Google: This is how much the company pays its employees

The technology giant Google is not only considered to be an extremely innovative employer. The company also has a reputation for paying very high salaries to many employees. But how much can an employee really earn there?


It has been known to be offered up to $ 353,000 to a software engineer. A Vice President of Engineering can even win up to $ 475,000 annually. It's not really surprising that engineers can make big bucks at Google. But there are a few other items that are remunerated with a six-part amount. For example, a lawyer who was supposed to work for the company received an offer worth $ 290,000 annually.

Actually, Google is reluctant to talk about salaries. However, as soon as the company applies for a visa for foreign employees in the USA, the company must disclose how much it intends to pay the specialist. Business Insider has reviewed more than 6,000 Visa applications and figured out how much Google good employees are worth.

However, the research does not cover every position on Google. Only those positions for which the group has applied for a visa. In addition, only data on base pay is disclosed. The majority of the positions listed are based in California or New York. But there are also positions in Texas, Washington, Colorado, and Illinois. Unless otherwise noted, the salary ranges shown are for recruitment in all states.

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Engineer, designer, lawyer: that's how much Google pays its employees

Engineer, designer, lawyer: that's how much Google pays its employees

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This article was published by Business Insider in December 2020. It has now been reviewed and updated.