It’s no secret that Bay Area tech companies are doling out big bucks to their young hires.
Across the board, employees are taking in high salaries, but one group in particular within tech is making almost unbelievable amounts of money—coding interns.
For whatever reason, interns in tech don’t work the full year (even if they have graduated), but on that kind of cash income, they’d be rolling in close to $100,000 per year, not including any kind of housing stipend. The offer from Jane Street (a tech trading firm) alone adds up to roughly $125k a year.
Not that that’s really all that much when it comes to San Francisco’s completely unaffordable housing market, that is.
Maybe you should start looking into some coding lessons?
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— Tiffany Zhong (@tzhongg) November 23, 2014
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