Technology giant pay competition: Facebook more than half of the annual salary of employees over 1 million 500 thousand

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 Technology giant pay competition: Facebook more than half of the annual salary of employees over 1 million 500 thousand


Photo 1: Google co founder and CEO Larry Paige (LarryPage) speaks at the opening ceremony of Google I/O Developer Conference In the technology industry, many CEOs have a small salary, and most of them are paid through stock options. The actual ratio is not very obvious. For example, Alphabet CEO Larry Paige (LarryPage) paid only $1 in 2017. But he owns B shares of Alphabet42.5%, worth nearly $50 billion. So there is no doubt that comparing his salary with the salary of his employees. Figure 2: the median salary chart for technology giants, Facebook median salary is $240 thousand (about 1 million 520 thousand yuan). In Facebook, half of the employees pay more than this figure. However, it is interesting to see the difference in median pay of employees in the technology industry. Median salary (including wages and other benefits) occupies the middle position of the companys total remuneration, excluding CEO salary. Both Amazon and Tesla employ warehouses and factory workers, so their median pay is lower than those who mainly offer white-collar jobs. These calculations do not include independent contractors working for the company. For example, Facebook and Google employ many low wage content auditor through Human Resources Inc. If the wages of these employees are included, the median salary will be lower. And only companies that end in the December 31st fiscal year need to publish their median salary ratio in the latest report, so apple, Snap and Microsoft are not listed. (small) source of this article: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 However, it is interesting to see the difference in median pay of employees in the technology industry. Median salary (including wages and other benefits) occupies the middle position of the companys total remuneration, excluding CEO salary. Both Amazon and Tesla employ warehouses and factory workers, so their median pay is lower than those who mainly offer white-collar jobs. These calculations do not include independent contractors working for the company. For example, Facebook and Google employ many low wage content auditor through Human Resources Inc. If the wages of these employees are included, the median salary will be lower. And only companies that end in the December 31st fiscal year need to publish their median salary ratio in the latest report, so apple, Snap and Microsoft are not listed. (small)