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These are the 13 Highest-Paid Internships in Tech of 2015

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    Once again internship season is upon us. Glassdoor compiled their annual list of 25 best internships according to intern feedback, and you won’t be surprised to know that half of those companies were tech companies.

    Interns provided satisfaction ratings on a scale of 1 to 5 as well as interview difficulty ratings.

    Here are the 13 highest-rated tech internships of 2015 in order from lowest paying to highest.

    13. National Instruments (electronics testing equipment manufacturer)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.2/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.0/5

    Salary: $17.01/hr — $2,948/month with 40 hours a week.

    Intern Comment: “Being an intern here was great. There is an entire structured intern program including training, intermediate evaluation and feedback sessions with a supervisor, and an exit interview.” – National Instruments Software Engineer Intern (Austin, TX)

    Internship Link

    12. Hewlett-Packard (computers)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.1/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 2.9/5

    Salary: $24.05/hr — $4,168/month with 40 hours a week.

    Intern Comment: “Great culture, hard work, great manager and mentor and good pay!: –Hewlett-Packard Marketing Intern (Fort Collins, CO)

    Internship Link

    11. Broadcom (computer chips and electronics manufacturer)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.1/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 2.9/5

    Salary: $30.02/hr — $5,203/month with 40 hours a week.

    Intern Comment: “Great learning environment. Team was always willing to answer questions and help out.” – Broadcom Software Engineering Intern (Irvine, CA)

    Internship Link

    10. Epic Systems (healthcare software and technology)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.4/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.1/5

    Salary: $5,420/month with 40 hours a week

    Intern Comment: Very good compensation. Well defined project but lots of flexibility with where you can take it. Great HR team for interns – some fun event every few days.” – Epic Systems Corporation Software Development Intern (Madison, WI)

    Internship Link

    9. Schlumberger (software and technology)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.4/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.0/5

    Salary: $19.80/hr — $5,607/mo

    Intern Comment: “Possibly one of the best internships you can get – Accept the offer.” — Field Engineer Intern (Conway, AR)

    Internship Link

    8. Yahoo (internet)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.5/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 2.9/5

    Salary: $32.36/hr — $5,609/month with 40 hours a week

    Intern Comment: “Yahoo is a great place to work. The people are energetic and dedicated. Marissa is a great leader and is taking the company in the right direction.” – Yahoo Technical Intern (Sunnyvale, CA)

    Internship Link

    7. Qualcomm (mobile device chip manufacturer)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.2/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.0/5

    Salary: $32.97/hr — $5,714/month with 40 hours a week

    Intern Comment: “Great housing provided. Competitive compensation. Various intern events and guest lectures organized to enhance the overall experience.” – Qualcomm Interim Intern (San Diego, CA)

    Internship Link

    6. Intel (computer chips)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.3/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.0/5

    Salary: $5,988/month

    Intern Comment: “Excellent technical exposure, great collaborative team effort, ridiculous company benefits, and flexible timings.” – Intel Engineering Intern (Santa Clara, CA)

    Internship Link

    5. Facebook (social network, media)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.6/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.1/5

    Salary: $6,058/month

    Intern Comment: “Great culture, easy to talk to anyone you want throughout the company. I felt like I was given a challenging task and able to grow as an engineer.” – Facebook Software Engineering Intern (Menlo Park, CA)

    Internship Link

    4. Apple (computers)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.4/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.1/5

    Salary: $32.23/hr — $6,106/month with 40 hours a week

    Intern Comment: “Smart people, strong pay, opportunity to work on meaningful projects as an intern.” – Apple Finance Intern (Cupertino, CA)

    Internship Link

    3. eBay (ecommerce)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.5/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.0/5

    Salary: $36.83/hr — $6,383/month with 40 hours a week

    Intern Comment: “I felt appreciated, guided, and really like I was a part of the team. Office culture is fantastic, as was the program for undergraduate interns, which included “Bagel Wednesdays” (always a plus), mini-summits with John Donahoe and other executives, and, a very competitive salary.” – eBay Public Relations Intern (San Jose, CA)

    Internship Link

    2. Microsoft (computer software)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.3/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.1/5

    Salary: $6,699/month

    Intern Comment: “Great people and research environment with a lot of freedom. Above average benefits.” – Microsoft Research Intern (Redmond, WA)

    Internship Link

    1. Google (internet, technology)

    Intern satisfaction rating: 4.6/5

    Interview difficulty rating: 3.3/5

    Salary: $6,788/month

    Intern Comment: “Very supportive & friendly managers, host, mentors and co-workers. Lots of training classes for personal development. Lots of resources. Almost everything/everyone is accessible.” – Google Engineering Practicum Intern (Mountain View, CA)

    Internship Link

    Glassdoor’s 25 Highest-Rated Internships of 2015 (click to enlarge)

    h/t: Business Insider Feature Image via Youtube

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