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 What Are the Highest-Paying U.S. Internships & Entry-Level Jobs?

 
To help guide young professionals toward high-paying, rewarding job positions, Glassdoor’s recently released report not only compiled lists of the highest paying entry-level jobs and internships for 2019, but it also demonstrated how prominent and in-demand STEM skills are in today’s workforce and job market - and just how lucrative they are.
Using Glassdoor salary reviews reported by interns, the top 10 highest-paying internships, along with each one’s median monthly pay, were compiled. See accompanying list.
And to compile the top 10 highest-paying entry-level jobs, along with each one’s median monthly pay, Glassdoor salary reviews from U.S.-based employees aged 25 years old and younger were used. See accompanying list.
Tech roles and tech companies were the most represented in both lists, but both are hiring for both technical and non-technical roles. Tech roles such as data scientist and software engineer are also commonly available at non-tech companies, too, opening the door for candidates who want to utilize their tech skills outside of the tech field, the report indicates.
Coming in as the highest-paying entry-level job, data scientist has also reigned as the Best Job in America on Glassdoor’s list for the past four years. Employees reported strong job satisfaction and plentiful job openings.
Sources: TechRepublic and Glassdoor
Lists as art for above item; both have same source line as article above:
Top 10 Highest-Paying Internships
Facebook: $8,000
Amazon: $7,725
Salesforce: $7,667
Google: $7,500
Microsoft: $7,250
Uber: $7,167
Bloomberg L.P.: $7,000
Capital One: $7,000
Apple: $6,667
Bank of America: $5,833
 
Top 10 Highest-Paying Entry-Level Jobs
Data Scientist: $95,000
Software Engineer: $90,000
Product Manager: $89,000
Investment Banking Analyst: $85,000
Product Designer: $85,000
UX Designer: $73,000
Implementation Consultant: $72,000
Java Developer: $72,000
Systems Engineer: $70,000
Software Developer: $68,600
 
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