What’s the first thing you think of when you think of a Google business development salary? Probably, the idea of earning above minimum wage. The truth is, however, that many of us start thinking about Google business development salaries long before the company actually starts paying us.
The good news is that there are many businesses that pay well and are still growing. We’re a big part of that. At Google, we have a lot of growth to be a part of, and the fact that we’ve started paying a little bit more than $100,000 per employee isn’t a huge surprise either.
At Google we pay employees in the range of between 100,000 and 200,000 dollars. We are still growing, and we are making a lot of progress in building out our culture and hiring the best and brightest. This means that we can continue to improve and add more and more people to the team without having to pay more. It also lets us continue to grow without having to pay overtime. This is a good thing.
While the company’s annual revenue is $9.4 billion, Google’s employee compensation is currently $8.2 billion. That is a lot of money, and a lot of money that has been going to Google employees for the past 20+ years. The fact that the company has been able to grow at all with that much money is a testament to the fact that Google employees are more than capable of making the company successful and successful at building a great culture.
Google has a history of not only hiring a lot of its own employees, but also of paying fairly good-to-not-so-good salaries to other employees. Part of it is due to their history of making big money, and part of it is due to them not wanting to pay their employees that kind of money.
So what do you think is going on here? Why is Google so willing to pay top-dollar for employees? While it may not be a perfect system, I’m not sure that the company has the luxury of not paying well. The company doesn’t need all its employees to be as good as they can be, so they’re willing to pay top dollar for employees who are more or less equivalent to the company’s best people.
Google, like many companies, has a culture of paying top dollar for talent. Many (like Google) believe that their best employees are the ones who are in the best situation to learn from. So even though it may not be ideal, Google does value their employees highly and so they would willingly accept a good deal.
The biggest hurdle for most companies looking to hire employees is convincing them that they are better than their competition. The problem with this is that there is no way to prove that they are, because the best employees are so good that they don’t even look at the competition. For Google, this means that their best employees will still not be as good as what they can offer. This, however, isn’t necessarily a bad thing, in fact, the opposite is true.
Google is a business in a very real sense. They are still a company that is run by people who are smart enough to run a business, but not smart enough to be able to prove it without having someone else to look at their work. Google has a very strong culture of “making it work.” This means that they are very focused on the people who have the most positive impact in the company, rather than the people who do the most work.