The tech industry is full of companies that have a difficult time finding enough qualified employees.
Here are 10 tech companies that aren’t doing as well as you might think.1.
Google Google, Inc.
Google is the world’s largest search engine and the leader in mobile and cloud computing.
It has about 2.6 billion users worldwide and has made billions of dollars in revenue for Google.
But, it has a long way to go in making sure its employees get paid fairly.
In 2017, Google reported that it paid only 15% of its employees at its U.S. office a median of $16,400.2.
Facebook Facebook, Inc., Facebook is a social networking company.
Facebook has more than 700 million monthly active users and more than 4 billion monthly users in the U.K., Canada, Australia, Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Spain.
Facebook says it pays employees at about $20,000 to $30,000.
In 2019, Facebook said it paid about 60% of those employees a median wage of $13,100.3.
Netflix Netflix, Inc, Netflix is a global video-on-demand service and an Internet television network that has become the biggest player in streaming video and online video.
In 2018, Netflix reported its gross profits in the third quarter of 2019, up $2.9 billion, or $2,874 per diluted share, to $1.27 billion.
Netflix said it had a profit of $2 billion for the quarter, which was higher than analyst expectations of $1 billion.4.
Facebook Twitter, Inc Facebook, which has more users than Twitter Inc. and is a competitor to Twitter, paid its employees $13.1 million in the first quarter of 2018.
The pay was $3,600 a year, with the average employee getting about $17,000 a year.
The company said it would continue to focus on increasing the pay of its more than 70,000 employees, as well.5.
Google YouTube, Inc Google is the parent company of Google Search and YouTube.
YouTube, which also owns YouTube TV, has a video service that has about 300 million monthly users.
It pays its employees about $12,400 per year.6.
Yahoo Yahoo, Inc Yahoo is a U.