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How to Talk Your Boss Into Your Next Raise: Here Are the NYC Startups With the Highest Average Salaries

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AngelList, the Facebook for startups, just did NYC job seekers in the tech sector a major solid. Today the company¬†released a graphical breakdown of the average salaries of tech companies, drawn from data collected through its jobs portal, which helps match startups with prospective talent. The information is quite revealing, and much more detailed than what you’d find on a site like GlassDoor. Read More

Alley vs. Valley

It’s Cheaper for Engineers to Live Well In New York City vs. the Valley

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The folks at Focus have put together a handy infographic about earning potential in Silicon Valley where the number of jobs at internet companies (currently clocking in at 48,000) has surpassed the excesses of the dotcom boom. As Business Insider points out, the salaries listed (product and marketing managers make more than web developers and software engineers; Google engineers make more than those at Facebook and Twitter), don’t account for stock-based compensation.

But the chart does delve into cost of living, typically an area where New York City loses out, although apparently not compared to the Valley. Read More