Research reveals Apple salaries for engineers, developers, and more
A new study from Business Insider has revealed a range of salaries paid to Apple employees in disciplines such as software development, design and engineering working on products like its best iPhone, iPhone 13, and more. .
Extract from a report on Thursday:
All U.S. businesses must disclose the amount they intend to pay foreign workers when applying for a visa. This appears in data published by the United States Office of Foreign Labor Certification. He recently disclosed a new third quarter batch, revealing information on nearly 1,000 Apple work visas and highlighting what the company pays for certain roles. The data has limitations, such as no stock awards that can dramatically increase total compensation. Nonetheless, it provides a valuable guide to Apple salaries for positions such as software developers, electrical engineers, computer and information systems managers, and statisticians.
BI says wages come mostly from workers in California, Texas and Washington, with a pinch more from New York, Colorado, Massachusetts, Oregon, Florida, New Jersey, Carolina from South, North Carolina and Illinois. The highest overall salary was a Distinguished Engineer in California who earned $ 350,000, the lowest salary was $ 106,500. Here is a snippet of software developer salaries:
- Software Development Engineer for Systems (45 candidates): $ 128,200 to $ 220,000
- Software development engineer (35): $ 132,000 to $ 239,871
- Machine Learning Engineer (30): $ 135,000 to $ 250,000
- Software development engineer for tests (6): $ 137,275 to $ 186,110
- Production Services Engineer (5): $ 150,000 to $ 160,000
- Software development engineer for applications (5): $ 173,835 to $ 194,105
- Software development engineer for firmware (5): $ 125,000 to $ 205,108
- AR / VR software development engineer (4): $ 120,000 to $ 246,000
- Machine Learning Research Engineer (4): $ 154,061 to $ 211,300
Other salaries listed include electronics engineers, application software developers, industrial engineers, etc. You can read the full report here.