So it no news to us anymore that Silicon Valley is where the tech money is, it is where the big players in tech are based and for that reason, people who work there earn well above average salaries.
Silicon Valley is home to many tech billionaires and their companies are headquartered there. Some of this companies include Facebook, Google and Microsoft.
Today we are gonna be looking at the Top 10 Tech companies in Silicon Valley that pays the most.
10. Juniper Networks
Salary : $146,781
Juniper Networks is a company that headquartered in Sunnyvale California. They have up to 10,000 employees on their paycheck.
Salary : $150,379
Started in the year 1999, Salesforce is a customer relations management company and is headquartered in San Francisco.
Salary : $152,962
Facebook don’t need much introduction, it the world’s largest social media platform and it is based in Menlo Park, California.
Salary : $157,402
LinkedIn is a professional network that was started in the 2003 just a year before Facebook and is headquartered in Mountain view, California.
Salary : $158,063
VMware is a company that part of Dell Technologies and was founded in the year 1998. Although the company is based in Round Rock, Texas but it Tech division is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
Salary : $161,254
Google is the world’s largest search engine and was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in the year 1998. The company which employs over 10,000 people is based in Mountain view California.
4. Gilead Sciences
Salary : $162,210
This company has actually been around for quite a long time now, 30 years, and is based in Foster City, California.
Salary : $162,852
Twitter was founded by Jack Dorsey in the year 2006 and is based in San Francisco.
Salary : $170,068
The company brags of an annual revenue of over $8 billion and employs over 10,000 people. They are based Santa Clara, California.
1. Palo Alto Networks
Salary : $170,929
Palo Alto Networks is a security company that based in Santa Clara, California. They work together with organizations to avoid breaches.