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London, June 4 (ANI): The world's most popular social networking site Facebook pays its interns nearly 74,000 dollars a year in a bid to attract young talent, according to a report.According to a report by Business Insider, Facebook pays comparatively more than most other tech companies, so that young talented people that may not choose a more established company like Google. Software engineering interns, for example, earn 74,700 dollars a year, The Daily Mail reports.The report also revealed that other staff members at Facebook get paid pretty well, with at least 10 roles commanding six figure salaries.According to the report, senior software engineers are commanding the most coin at Facebook, on a salary of 132,503 dollars.Software engineers, also called coders, are the most valuable workers because they turn the ideas fired at them by Mark Zuckerberg and his executive team into reality.Another very important factor at Facebook is user interface, which basically means making sure the page look nice.Zuckerberg tasks some of his best engineers on this and pays them 129,136 dollars for it, to ensure the website attracts users, the Business Insider report said.The report revealed that three roles, research scientist, engineering manager and machine learning engineer, all command nearly 123,000 dollars a year. (ANI)
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