It’s a well-worn story.
A company that raises an incredibly talented engineer, hires him or her on a full-time basis, and then gives them a massive salary for the rest of their careers has failed miserably.
It’s the story of how a company failed.
The lesson, of course, is that you don’t want to be a part of that failure.
You want to do your part to prevent it.
You need to be there for the people you work with when they need you most, and the more you can be there, the better.
Here’s what to look for when looking at the salaries at the top of the pile.
In the past few years, the salary industry has seen some major shakeups, with some companies going public while others folding.
The most notable change has been the dramatic rise in the amount of compensation offered to the tech companies that are rising to the top.
That has led to a big increase in the compensation for top executives, but there are other factors at play as well.
In a typical year, the top earners at tech companies make $1.5 million.
But in 2016, the average was $1,200,000, according to data from PayScale.
The average for tech CEOs in 2016 was $2.2 million.
But the salary is only one piece of the puzzle, and many other factors, including bonuses, stock options, performance-based awards and the like can play a big role.
This infographic shows the salaries and other perks at the three top tech companies.
Some companies may offer even more than one piece, as shown by the fact that at Google’s parent company Alphabet, the highest paid employee was in charge of its search advertising division, which earned $6.4 million in 2016.
There are also bonuses and stock options that can add to the pay.
Google is one of the most generous with these, giving employees up to $7 million in total stock options and up to as much as $50 million in restricted stock awards each year.
And while the average salary is pretty high, some of the perks are even more striking, including performance-oriented awards.
For example, Google gives its executives a bonus each year based on the performance of their company, and each of the six years the award is in place, the compensation increases.
These are a few of the more popular perks, and there are more on offer for top performers at Google than for average.
The Salary Guide: Top-earning tech execs, 2016-2025 Salary info from Pay scale (via PayScale) Salary info is provided by PayScale and includes the average salaries for the top 100 earners at each company.
This information is sourced from PayScores.com, which is a paid service that provides financial information to the public.
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The infographic above includes the salary information for Google, Microsoft and Twitter, but the data is from 2017.
It was provided by The Information.