Here's how much tech giants like Apple and Google make per employee

One of the remarkable aspects of tech companies is just how much revenue some are able to generate with so few employees.

But exactly how much money do companies like Apple or Google or Microsoft make per employee?

Analysts at MVF Global dug through data on the top 100 companies in the world (in terms of revenue), and showed us how much each makes per employee. For these 100 companies, the average revenue per employee was an astounding $US1.3 million.

And tech companies like Apple, which was recently named the most valuable brand in the world, sit high in the rankings.

Here are the 12 tech companies with the highest revenue, ranked by how much they take in per employee:

12. IBM: $244,447 per employee

Revenue: $92,790,000,000

Number of employees: 379,592

11. Panasonic: $275,839 per employee

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Revenue: $74,970,000,000

Number of employees: 271,789

10. Hitachi: $285,618 per employee

Revenue: $93,180,000,000

Number of employees: 326,240

9. Hewlett-Packard: $369,040 per employee

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Revenue: $111,450,000,000

Number of employees: 302,000

8. Samsung: $385,440 per employee

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Revenue: $188,480,000,000

Number of employees: 489,000

7. Intel: $523,618 per employee

Revenue: $55,870,000,000

Number of employees: 106,700

6. Sony: $571,450 per employee

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Revenue: $75,260,000,000

Number of employees: 131,700

5. Amazon: $577,482 per employee

Revenue: $88,990,000,000

Number of employees: 154,100

4. Microsoft: $732,224 per employee

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Revenue: $86,830,000,000

Number of employees: 118,584

3. Softbank: $918,449 per employee


Revenue:
$64,600,000,000

Number of employees:
70,336

2. Google: $1,154,896 per employee

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Revenue: $66,000,000,000

Number of employees: 57,148

1. Apple: $1,865,306 per employee

Revenue: $182,800,000,000

Number of employees: 98,000

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