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You need context to be able to negotiate effectively. We have made it simple to compare your offer's compensation by offering you compensation distribution of multiple big tech companies. We source the compensation information from various reliable sources but it is important to note that your situation is unique thus you are advised not to make life decisions solely based on the information offered here. To evaluate your specific situation we suggest starting with our free evaluation meeting by filling the form here. Note the following to understand our insights better:

> Compensation distribution plots and insights are only sourced from individuals with less than 2 years of work experience. Thus the information here won't be useful for people with more than 2 years of experience

> The plots present the distribution of total vs. base compensations. Total compensation is calculated as base salary + yearly bonus + (stock compensation/vesting scheduled number of years)

> Sign-on bonus is not considered in any of our compensation analysis

> {Low Confidence} underneath a plot indicates that we don't have access to a large enough number of data points to be confident about our compensation distribution plot

> Underneath each plot, we share a couple of relevant insights that might be useful to consider when viewing the plot

facebook

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an IC4/E4/L4 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as an IC3/E3/L3
> It is rare to be hired as an IC5/E5/L5 even with 2 years of experience and a Ph.D. degree
> Facebook has great yearly refreshers so total compensation is expected to either increase or remain constant even after the vesting of the initial stock offering

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an IC4 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as an IC3
> It is possible to be hired as an IC5 with a Ph.D. degree and 1-2 years of related experience
> Facebook has great yearly refreshers so total compensation is expected to either increase or remain constant even after the vesting of the initial stock offering


google

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an L4 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as an L3
> It is rare to be hired as an L5 even with 2 years of experience and a Ph.D. degree
> When it comes to compensation higher academic degree is sometimes preferred over 1-2 years of work experience
> Google has great yearly refreshers so total compensation is expected to either increase or remain constant even after the vesting of the initial stock offering

{Low Confidence}

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an L4 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as an L3
> You are less likely to get hired with a bachelors degree
> It is rare to be hired as an L5 even with 2 years of experience and a Ph.D. degree
> When it comes to compensation higher academic degree is sometimes preferred over 1-2 years of work experience
> Google has great yearly refreshers so total compensation is expected to either increase or remain constant even after the vesting of the initial stock offering


apple

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an ICT3 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as an ICT2
> Ph.D. graduates' offered compensation is on the higher end of the ICT3 compensation band
> Apple has great yearly refreshers so total compensation is expected to either increase or remain constant even after the vesting of the initial stock offering

{Low Confidence}

Note:
> Both Ph.D. and Masters graduates are mostly hired as ICT3
> Ph.D. graduates' offered compensation is on the higher end of the ICT3 compensation band
> It is possible to be hired as an ICT4 with a Ph.D. degree and 1-2 years of related experience
> It is rare to get hired directly out of a bachelors program without any prior work experience
> Apple has great yearly refreshers so total compensation is expected to either increase or remain constant even after the vesting of the initial stock offering


microsoft

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an L61 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as either an L60 or L59
> It is possible to be hired as an L62 with a Ph.D./Masters degree and 1-2 years of related experience
> Microsoft doesn't have great yearly refreshers so total compensation can decrease after the vesting of the initial stock offering

Note:
> Most Ph.D. graduates are hired as an L61 while Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as either an L60 or L59
> It is possible to be hired as an L62 with a Ph.D./Masters degree and 1-2 years of related experience
> Microsoft doesn't have great yearly refreshers so total compensation can decrease after the vesting of the initial stock offering


microsoft

> Most recent graduates are hired as an L4. With 1-2 years of experience out of college L5 level could be in reach
> When it comes to compensation and hiring level, work experience is sometimes preferred over a higher academic degree
> Amazon doesn't have great yearly refreshers so total compensation can decrease after the vesting of the initial stock offering

> Ph.D. graduates are hired as an L5 or L4. Masters/Bachelor graduates are usually hired as an L4 but they can be hired as an L5 in some cases
> When it comes to compensation and hiring level, work experience is sometimes preferred over a higher academic degree
> There are 3 roles that lie within the track of data scientist and their day to day work and compensation varies accordingly: Data Scientist, Applied Scientist and, Research Scientist
> Data Scientist usually works with databases/SQL, are good at writing scripts to clean data, are also good at fundamental statistics
> Research Scientist often has a Ph.D. in Machine Learning, Statistics, or equivalent
> Applied Scientist is usually a Research Scientist who has a great knowledge of software development fundamentals. They are great at implementing solutions at scale
> Amazon doesn't have great yearly refreshers so total compensation can decrease after the vesting of the initial stock offering


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