After years of dominating the electric car market, Tesla now faces serious competition from both established automakers and challengers like Lucid and Rivian, both of whom are delivering their first cars.
But Elon Musk’s company still controls a significant chunk of the electric car market. Tesla’s market cap is over $1 trillion and Musk himself is the richest person in the world.
It doesn’t look like the hype surrounding Tesla will be over anytime soon. But the company remains dependent on top talent in the field of software, automotive technology and supplies. Tesla currently has hundreds of job openings for employees in the US alone, including manufacturing, supply chain, environmental and safety. Many of those jobs can be found in Austin, where Tesla will soon be relocating its headquarters. But there are plenty of job opportunities in other cities, both inside and outside the United States.
Provision of salary data is required by law
When applying for visas for foreign employees, US companies are required by law to provide the government with information about their payments to these permanent and temporary employees.
The data that Tesla has handed over to the government shows how much Elon Musk employees are paid in the United States.
The salary data that Insider has studied runs from the fourth quarter of 2020 to the second quarter of 2021 and accurately reflects the average annual wages of various positions.
A logistics analyst goes home with the least at Tesla. This person earns more than $85,000 annually. A staff software development engineer is paid the most over a period of 12 months: more than $ 175,000. Curious about the rest? You will find it below.