What a difference a decade makes: How much your company’s tech team makes

The median wage for a network engineer has doubled since 2000, while the typical worker’s income has stayed roughly the same.

And that’s just a change in the way that companies make money.

That means the average income for a full-time engineer at a company like Uber, for example, has more than doubled since 2008.

And that trend has continued even after tech companies like Amazon, Google, and Facebook saw their stock prices surge dramatically in the aftermath of the Great Recession.

That’s according to a report published on Tuesday by research firm Avalere.

Avalere’s analysis looked at hourly earnings for engineers across a wide variety of tech firms.

It found that the median hourly wage for full-timers has jumped by more than 4 percent a year over the past decade.

And while that’s a relatively small increase, it shows that people with a college degree have been able to get ahead at a much higher rate than their more traditional counterparts.

That suggests that companies are paying more attention to people who have advanced degrees, says Avalere CEO Mark Zandi.

That’s a good thing, because it gives people with higher education a chance to get a better salary.

What that means is that a large number of companies are focusing more on people who graduated from college, or who have more education.

And they’re focusing on those types of people more.

That makes sense, says Zandi, because the majority of tech jobs require a bachelor’s degree.

It means that people who get a master’s degree in tech, for instance, will have to work more hours to meet the company’s demands.

But people with less education may have fewer options for paying their rent or their bills.

And companies that rely on tech workers who have less education have seen the value of having those people in their workforce.

The rise of the digital workerThe report also looked at the earnings of the people who work at tech companies, and it found that those employees earned on average $25,000 more in 2017 than in 2016.

That compares to a $20,000 difference in wages in 2017, according to the report.

And it’s a big difference.

The median salary for those with more than a bachelor degree rose by nearly 9 percent in the past 10 years.

And it’s not just the wages of tech workers.

Avalore found that people working in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) have also seen an increase in salary.

AI-related jobs, for those who did the job in 2017 have increased by more $2,500 per year, compared to those with no experience.

That makes sense if you think about the job that someone with a PhD is usually doing.

But for those people with fewer experience, that extra money could be paying for rent, food, and other expenses that a tech worker doesn’t have.

So it’s hard to make a case for companies paying less to tech workers, but that’s exactly what they’re doing.

In fact, Avalere says, that pay disparity is even bigger now than it was in 2010, when most tech companies had no employees at all.

The average salary of a full time worker who did work in 2017 was $51,200, according the report, compared with $49,600 in 2010.

It’s a very different world than it used to be.

Today, there’s more competition and there are more companies out there that can pay more.

But companies are still paying more.

And the gap between the pay of people who graduate from college and those who don’t has only grown, Avaliere says.