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Average Salary For Senior Software Engineer at Yahoo! Inc.

$96,299 - $177,372
(Median)
$95K
$120K
$160K
MEDIAN: $120,879
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Compare Employers: Senior Software Engineer at Yahoo! Inc.

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Compensation
Salary
$94,600 - $155,621
$91,385 - $141,617
$117,765 - $161,566
Bonus
$9,819 - $23,607
$12,104 - $22,525
$7,891 - $28,890
Profit Sharing
$1,357 - $17,048
$1,242 - $13,214
$1,695 - $17,409
Total Pay
$96,299 - $177,372
$100,000 - $162,374
$128,222 - $180,749
     
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Vacation Weeks 2.6 Weeks 3.5 Weeks 2.8 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
4 reporting
25%
12 reporting
75%
2 reporting
7%
28 reporting
93%
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22 reporting
100%
Years Experience Breakdown
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10-19
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Popular Perks 401(k), Cell phone, Health club membership 401(k), Casual dress, Flexible schedule 401(k), Casual dress, Paid holidays & vacation

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