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Meta is the owner of Facebook, a social networking site that makes it easy for you to connect and share with your family and friends online. Originally designed for college students, Facebook was created in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg while he was enrolled at Harvard University.

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Meta Salaries by Position

$147K
$276K
Product Manager
Median: $207K
Mean (Average): $210K
Data points: 698
$120K
$260K
Machine Learning Engineer
Median: $190K
Mean (Average): $188K
Data points: 213
$118K
$240K
Software Engineer
Median: $175K
Mean (Average): $178K
Data points: 5,286
$122K
$239K
Growth Marketing Analyst
Median: $166K
Mean (Average): $170K
Data points: 28
$130K
$228K
Research Scientist
Median: $160K
Mean (Average): $167K
Data points: 921
$128K
$229K
Business Intelligence
Median: $152K
Mean (Average): $167K
Data points: 14
$120K
$200K
Data Engineer
Median: $160K
Mean (Average): $163K
Data points: 1,115
$115K
$205K
Data Scientist
Median: $160K
Mean (Average): $160K
Data points: 1,470
$105K
$178K
Product Analyst
Median: $144K
Mean (Average): $142K
Data points: 4
$95K
$183K
Data Analyst
Median: $135K
Mean (Average): $136K
Data points: 73
$93K
$178K
Business Analyst
Median: $134K
Mean (Average): $132K
Data points: 61

Most data science positions fall under different position titles depending on the actual role.

From the graph we can see that on average the Product Manager role pays the most with a $209,840 base salary while the Business Analyst role on average pays the least with a $131,795 base salary.