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Unity paid a Lead Backend Engineer in California a salary of $225,000

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Engines require engineers. A majority of the jobs Unity hired for from overseas candidates were engineering positions. These workers help determine the broad swath of what Unity’s software can do. Some were common positions in software development, like backend engineers who work behind the scenes. Others were more idiosyncratic, like a “Robotics Simulations Engineer.”

Backend Engineer: $140,000 – $117,770

Backend Engineer, Monetization: $140,000 – $117,770

Backend Software Engineer, Golang: $159,000 – $137,259

Dev Ops Engineer: $120,000 – $81,141

Engineering Manager: $175,000 – $160,701

Full Stack Engineer, Monetization: $140,000 – $119,122

Full Stack Engineer, Monetization Engineering: $165,000 – $137,259

Lead Backend Engineer: $225,000 – $156,749

Lead engineer: $140,000 – $117,770

Lead Virtual Reality Engineer: $190,032 – $153,795

Machine Learning Engineer: $160,000 – $113,381

Machine Learning Graphics Engineer: $165,000 – $140,670

Robotics Simulations Engineer:

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  • Rivian has become one of the most high-profile electric-vehicle startups.
  • Salary data the company shared with the US government shows that employees in many positions earn more than $100,000 per year.
  • The positions included in this report have salaries ranging from $76,667 to $176,667.
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