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I can assure you there are plenty of engineers making north of $100k in midtown



I hear Square's local office in Atlantic Station pays $150k+.


I have no idea what everyone else's salary is (and I'm not going to share mine), but Square Atlanta pays, well, and -- more importantly -- we have an amazing team. And we're hiring. Get in touch if you're interested: my email is ${USERNAME}@gmail.com


I think that's the case. A lot of the Google engineering team that originally was hired on that office closing came at 180+ I heard


I've seen 90-140 be pretty common for mid and senior engineers in Atlanta. That's not SF prices but housing is definitely cheaper. Maybe not for too long though


Yeah, and I've had multiple internal recruiters for these companies nope out at my equivalent salary in Atlanta. Maybe its just something wrong with me in the view of companies in Atlanta vs. where I live now then.


I moved from SF to Atlanta three years ago. I figure that Atlanta will always be cheaper because they can just build more Atlanta if they need to, whereas San Francisco is essentially an island.


This is absolutely true. Check Glassdoor.


Which midtown? Atlanta's midtow?


Atlanta's Midtown, which borders Georgia Tech and is a mixed business / residential district.


Thanks for this :)


Yeah, I'm sure they exist but everyone noped out at my current salary equivalent. So maybe its just my skillset isn't popular Atlanta or something about my personality turns people off in the Southeast vs. where I'm at now.




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