VMware salaries revealed: How much the cloud computing firm is paying engineers, managers, and salespeople as it navigates a future without Dell -…

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VMware is navigating a new future as a standalone company - and it's expanding its ranks to do so.

The cloud computing giant finalized its $9.6 billion spinout from parent company Dell this week, not long after new executives took the helm. VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram, who assumed the position in May, is aiming to generate more revenue by selling software-as-a-subscription and growing the company's security and edge computing units. VMware recently hired - and is continuing to hire - a slew of new engineers, salespeople, and analysts to execute that vision.

To find out how much VMware is paying new hires, Insider analyzed salaries of approved H-1B visas published by the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification. This data is drawn from 951 approved visa applications for VMware workers hired in the last 12 months.

The data comes with some caveats: It's based on pay to foreign workers whose visas were sponsored by VMware, and includes only base pay not total compensation, which can include bonuses or stock. However, it still provides a rare glimpse into salary ranges that are usually kept private.

A VMware spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Courtesy of Comparably

Staff engineer 2 (California): $276,995

Staff engineer (California):$248,400

Staff engineer (Texas):$229,900

Staff engineer, VMware cloud (California):$225,000

Systems engineer (California):$185,000

Lead applications developer (California):$165,774

Member of technical staff (California):$160,000

Application support engineer (Georgia):$80,059

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Lead application analyst (California):$188,020

Senior business systems analyst (California):$166,799

Advisory data analyst (California):$152,963

Business systems analyst (California):$150,000

Programmer analyst (Texas):$132,500

Business systems analyst (Texas):$95,716

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Senior business strategy manager (California):$242,000

Service management business process architect (California):$167,360

Senior manager, advanced analytics and business intelligence (California):$159,411

Business systems analyst, finance (California):$150,000

IT business systems analyst (California): $146,000

Business and data analysis manager (Georgia):$100,000

Business system analyst (Texas):$95,716

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Senior director, experience platform and engineering (California):$310,000

Senior director (California): $296,707

Group manager, cloud products (California): $246,400

Senior manager, R&D (California):$245,057

Director of engineering (California):$241,920

Senior product line marketing manager (California):$240,000

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