Uber, Tesla, and Rivian are fighting each other for talent. Here's how much they pay their employees.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk
Tesla has a new crop of rivals, including Rivian, with which it's competing for talent. Maja Hitij/Getty Images
  • Filings companies share with the US government show how much they pay some employees.

  • Insider has analyzed filings from companies in the EV, self-driving, and ride-hailing industries.

  • Those companies include Tesla, Uber, and Rivian.

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The war for talent between transportation technology companies is heating up, as the incumbents and upstarts poach employees from each other.

Filings submitted to the US government by high-profile electric-vehicle, autonomous-vehicle, and ride-hailing companies like Tesla, Waymo, and Uber provide a glimpse of their compensation practices. The documents are not comprehensive, as they only track employees from outside the US, but they provide detail on pay rates for a variety of positions that isn't always available on public job listings.

Insider has analyzed pay data for some of today's most impactful transportation companies, as well as younger firms that have captured the attention of venture capitalists and corporate investors like Amazon.

You can take a look at some of the data below.

Electric vehicles

REVEALED: How much Tesla pays its employees, from software engineers to product managers

REVEALED: How much Rivian pays its employees, from engineers to financial analysts

Self-driving cars

REVEALED: How much Waymo, Cruise, and Zoox employees make, from engineers to managers


Uber salaries revealed: From $85,000 to $330,000, here's how much the ride-hailing giant pays some of its employees

Lyft salaries revealed: From $135,000 to $305,000, here's how much Uber's rival pays some of its employees

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