These are the highest-paying companies in Georgia right now


Looking to add some extra zeros to your paycheck? Some of the highest-paying companies are right here in Georgia, according to a recent Glassdoor survey.

A.T. Kearney

3455 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta. 404-760-6600.

Median base salary: $143,620 

This global management consulting firm specializes in strategic and operational issues and has a clientele that includes more than two-thirds of the Fortune Global 500. Although headquartered in Chicago, the company has an office in Atlanta. 

Google

10 10th St. NE, Atlanta. 404-487-9100.

Median base salary: $123,331 

One of the most recognizable brands in the world, the workplace benefits at Google are out of this world, including the annual salaries. Though many of its U.S. offices are located in California, there's one in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood. 

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Juniper Networks

555 N Point Center E, Alpharetta. 770-576-1967.

Median base salary: $135,000

Known for developing and networking products, this tech company is one of Silicon Valley's finest. You can find its Georgia location in Alpharetta. 

McKinsey & Company

133 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 404-335-3000.

Median base salary: $135,000

With an office in downtown Atlanta, the New York-based global management consulting firm works closely with private and public companies, governments, not-for-profits and non-governmental organizations.

Strategy&

3414 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta. 404-223-1900.

Median base salary: $147,000 

Based in New York, the global strategy consulting firm helps companies "solve their toughest problems and capitalize on their greatest opportunities," according to its website. It has 57 offices around the world, and one is in Atlanta. 

VMware

1155 Perimeter Center W, Sandy Springs. 877-486-9273.

Median base salary: $130,000

This IT company has a knack for cloud infrastructure and business mobility. It has U.S. offices in California, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Texas and Virginia.  

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