Working for Apple would be like a dream come true, and while getting hired in Cupertino is like an almost impossible feat for many of us, a recent report from Business intern also shed light on the mystery behind how much would he pay his employees, for a particular role.
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This is based on information gathered by the publication of the US Bureau of Overseas Work Certification, where US companies, like Apple, are asked to disclose how much they pay their overseas employees. The data is for approximately 1,000 employees at its offices in California, Texas and Washington, and is limited to the United States only.
According to the survey, software development engineers for systems that receive 45 applications receive salaries ranging from $ 128,200 (approximately Rs 95 lakh) to $ 220,000 (approximately Rs 1.63 crore).
Software development engineers manage to earn up to $ 239,871 (about 1.78 crore) per year. On the other hand, ML (machine learning) engineers earn up to $ 250,000 (around Rs 1.86 crore).
Software development engineers for testing earn around $ 137,275 (around Rs 1.02 crore). Production department engineers receive a salary of around $ 150,000 (around Rs 1.11 crore), software development engineers for applications earn around $ 125,000 (around Rs 93 lakhs).
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Software development engineers in AR and VR earn between $ 120,000 (around Rs 89 lakhs) and $ 246,000 (Rs 1.83 crores), while a job as a machine learning research engineer will earn you up to at $ 211,300 (around Rs 1.57 crores).
This excludes stock awards offered to certain employees, but it gives us an idea of ââhow much the company pays for specific roles.
Apple recently made the news after announcing that it would try again to gradually bring its staff back to the office starting in February, in a hybrid work pilot project with several phases and different rules depending on the nature of each employee’s work. .
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