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For Google engineers, six figures; for the job market, a gender gap? Tech sector hiring is hot again as Google, Twitter, etc., grow

April 2, 2011View for printing

Maybe we should have taken more math in college.

Or even changed our major to engineering. Such well-known Silicon Valley tech names as Mountain View Internet juggernaut Google (GOOG) and its Sunnyvale rival, Yahoo (YHOO), are paying their engineers more than $100,000 a year, according to Glassdoor, which collects salary data anonymously from its members.

At Google, average pay for engineers ranges from $114,844 for one to three years of experience to $130,548 for 10 years or more, according to reports from Glassdoor members in 2009 and 2010. At Yahoo, the range is $106,046 to $129,299.

By Frank Michael Russell

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Tech sector hiring is hot again as Google, Twitter, etc., grow

By Jon Swartz, USA TODAY

Silicon Valley companies are swooping in and scooping up potential employees in a frenzy of hiring not seen since the Internet bubble of a decade ago.

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