THEME LinkedIn Compensation
LinkedIn Compensation LinkedIn employees share their total compensation numbers and help evaluate the company's latest offers. See what you can earn as an engineer or non-technical employee building LinkedIn’s professional networking service. Our users also share how a LinkedIn compensation compares to offers from other tech companies, including Facebook, Google, Airbnb, and Uber.
- Google offer negotiation I have offer from Uber (Senior SWE ~TC 380K) and LinkedIn(Senior ~TC 310K) . Oracle (Senior ~TC 290K) Lyft T5 - ~370K Unfortunately did not clear Facebook. Currently SDE 2 at Amzn AWS Seattle at around 260K(top of the band). Might become around 270ish this April. Total work ex around 8.5 years. J
- Uber vs LinkedIn Sr SWE offer Not an apples to apples comparison, yet i am having to choose between these two offers. With Uber's CEO making a public comment about going public in 2019, yet with the major hit to the valuation because of the SoftBank deal, I am not sure of the upside with Uber. I am not sure which one I should pi
- Uber V/s LinkedIn Need help with LI offer eval Current and LI - both Non-Engg roles Current: L4 Base - 110k RSU ~ 20k/yr (409A rate) Bonus target - 10k/yr No 401k, ESPP LI offer: IC3 Base - 135k RSU ~ 12.5k/yr Bonus target - 10% 401k, ESPP Need help in answering : - Uber L4 to LI IC3, is it a down level? - Does
- Evaluate offers , Fb , Goog or Lnkdn ? Sde1 at Amazon for ~2 years , have total 4.5 experience. GOOGLE Seattle Level4 - 150k+400(100 yearly)+30k signon +minimum 15% bonus , FB Seattle Level 4 - 160k + 350k equity 4 years + 60k signon. LINKEDIN Senior Swe Sunnyvale - 175k + 300k stock + 50k signon + 10% year end bonus. Current comp 1
- Google L5 manager TC Got verbal confirmation from Google recruiter that I am approved for L5 manager. Recruiter wants to know my compensation expectations. How much should I ask? My current comp (EM @ LinkedIn) is: Base: 215K Bonus 15% RSU: approx $800K unvested (500K vesting in next 2 years) Not counting ESPP gains wh
- From LinkedIn to Google How hard is it to make a move from LinkedIn (Senior) to Google (L5)? Does it make a difference to wait until Staff promotion in LinkedIn before applying to Google? Current total compensation is $300k per annum. How much is reasonable to expect from Google assuming a positive interview? [asking for
- Eval my offers Swe Netflix, tc ~370 Facebook, level 4, 160/100/350 LinkedIn, senior 175/50/350 ~6 years work experience Also looking for flexibility to switch teams, try management/Product a couple years down the line.
- LinkedIn comp... how negotiable is salary? I am interviewing for a Sr Mgr position at LinkedIn coming from a Director at Salesforce. They stated upfront the very most they could do would be $175k, $20k less than what I am currently making in my salary. How likely is it that I can still push them to pay at least within $190k? Also, 15% bonus
- AirBnB vs LinkedIn (Senior Software Engineer) I have an offer from the two companies. Here are the details LinkedIn (Sunnyvale) — Base: 175k, Stocks: 300k, Sign on: 75k (Senior) AirBnB (SF) — Base: 167k, Stocks: 420k, Sign on: 15k (L4) I have 5 yoe. I will prefer work life balance over anything else. I have heard that LinkedIn doesn’t have a
- T4 Google ,please help with honest evaluation I have been offered T4 Seattle area 134k Base 280k stocks/4years 20k Signon Also 15% bonus. Total yoe 4yrs as well as Masters in CS. Current SDE2 tc - 190k This is no way close to other T4 offers I have seen in blind. I think I did extremely well in interviews and recruiter said feedback was als
- Going out to interview, what level should I expect? 4.5 years experience in LinkedIn, Staff Eng with leadership experience of several decent size projects, and had always been the top performer in the team. Current TC is around 350k/yr. This is my first job out of college so 4.5 yrs in industry. What level and TC can I expect if I go out to interview
- Interviewing with no intention of accepting? (& 4yr cliff worries) Does anyone interview while happily employed? Just to check market rate/practice? I'd feel weird going all the way through the process just to decline. I've been with FB for a few years now and am very happy with my team/role. I'm an engineer (IC) in a fairly niche ops area. I believe I'm compensat