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How much does Snap pay its employees in the US?

How much does Snap pay its employees in the US?

Ashley Rodriguez


Shreya Bhattacharya

Snap, the company behind Snapchat, is still hiring in the US as its user base grows and some analysts expect it to Revenue bounce In 2024.

after Demobilization With 500 employees, or roughly 10% of its workforce, as of earlier this year, the technology company is looking to hire in key areas such as engineering, product and sales. On April 12, its job board listed more than 142 job openings, including 88 listings in U.S. cities.

The hiring comes after a tepid 2023, during which its number of daily active users increased 10% year over year but its annual revenue was flat. Some analysts expect an increase in political advertising in 2024 could help Increase Snap's revenue this year.

We combed through public data to get a picture of Snap's salary levels. Data from the US Department of Labor's Office of Foreign Labor Certification shows how much Snap offered to pay employees it wanted to hire in the US through work visas.

According to the data, Snap offered some US employees between October 2021 and December 2023 annual salaries ranging from $45,282 to $1.95 million for various roles. The average salary ranged from $148,013 to $180,000 per year, according to a Business Insider analysis.

Our complete analysis breaks down salaries for jobs including product, research, engineering, and sales roles.

Ashley Rodriguez

Shreya Bhattacharya

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