Interns at Facebook, Amazon & Google Are Getting Paid More Than the Average American

According to a new report from Glassdoor.

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Glassdoor has just shared a new salary report that will make most people around the world a little shocked.

In the report shared earlier today, the highest-paid internships were placed on the table and coming in at number one is Facebook, who offers up a median monthly salary of $8,000 USD.

Coming in second is Amazon who pays its interns a median monthly salary of $7,725 USD followed by Salesforce in third with $7,667 USD. Rounding out the top five are Google with $7,500 USD per month and Microsoft with $7,250 USD per month, respectively. If you add it all up, an intern staying at one of the aforementioned workplaces for a whole year would be earning a salary of over $90,000 USD.

Tech companies made up 44% of the list followed by finance and consulting firms. The review data was complied from submitted posts from interns between March 1, 2018 and February 28, 2019.

Here’s the full ranking for highest-paid internships in the U.S. for 2019 in median salaries.

Highest Paying US Internships in 2019 (USD)

25. Boeing ($4,167 per month)
24. Dell ($4,333 per month)
23. Genentech ($4,500 per month)
22. KPMG ($4,500 per month)
21. PwC ($4,500 per month)
20. Cisco Systems ($4,667 per month)
19. Deloitte ($4,667 per month)
18. Tesla ($4,667 per month)
17. EY ($4,825 per month)
16. SAP ($4,833 per month)
15. Intel Corporation ($5,000 per month)
14. Visa, Inc. ($5,167 per month)
13. Viasat ($5,333 per month)
12. Goldman Sachs ($5,367 per month)
11. J.P. Morgan ($5,667 per month)
10. Bank of America ($5,833 per month)
9. Apple ($6,667 per month)
8. Capital One ($7,000 per month)
7. Bloomberg L.P. ($7,000 per month)
6. Uber ($7,167 per month)
5. Microsoft ($7,250 per month)
4. Google ($7,500 per month)
3. Salesforce ($7,667 per month)
2. Amazon ($7,725 per month)
1. Facebook ($8,000 per month)

And while you’re here, check out the top paying entry level jobs for 2019 stated in annual income.

Highest Paying Entry Level Jobs 2019 (USD)

25. Business Analyst ($63,000)
24. Project Engineer ($63,000)
23. Field Engineer ($63,750)
22. Physical Therapist ($63,918)
21. Quality Engineer ($64,750)
20. Programmer Analyst ($65,000)
19. Test Engineer ($65,000)
18. Applications Developer ($65,000)
17. Design Engineer ($65,000)
16. Mechanical Engineer ($65,000)
15. Electrical Engineer ($66,000
14. Actuarial Analyst ($66,250)
13. Product Engineer ($66,750)
12. Front End Developer ($67,500
11. Process Engineer ($68,258)
10. Software Developer ($68,600)
9. Systems Engineer ($70,000)
8. Java Developer ($72,000)
7. Implementation Consultant ($72,000)
6. UX Designer ($73,000)
5. Product Designer ($85,000)
4. Investment Banking Analyst ($85,000)
3. Product Manager ($89,000)
2. Software Engineer ($90,000)
1. Data Scientist ($95,000)

In more tech-related news, NASA is aiming to send the first woman to the Moon by 2024 in its newly named Artemis mission.

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