- Tech companies like Facebook, Google, Amazon, Uber, and Airbnb have become top destinations for marketers.
- Insider analyzed public data to get a sense of what the industry is paying.
- Google paid a product marketer up to $US315,000 ($AU427,768), for example, while Facebook paid about $US222,000 ($AU301,475) for a similar role.
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With their perks and high pay, tech companies have become top destinations for marketers. Google paid a product marketing manager as much as $US315,000 ($AU427,768) in 2021, for example, with Facebook paying about $US222,000 ($AU301,475) for a similar role.
When hiring from abroad, companies have to file paperwork with the US Department of Labor’s Office of Foreign Labor Certification, which releases that salary information every quarter.
Using that information, Insider created a snapshot of how the companies compensate their employees.
This information is derived from 2020-2021 base salary information only. Many firms offer bonuses and equity options to compensate employees.
Our full analysis details the base salaries for roles ranging from associates to SVPs and managing directors.