Google (GOOG) and Adobe (ADBE) were amongst the Silicon Valley giants accused of conspiring to keep wages low, but a new Glassdoor survey reveals that the employees are happy with the pay and benefits. Google topped the list this year, with Adobe coming in at number four.

On a scale from one to five, employees were anonymously asked to rate their satisfaction with their pay. Google employees topped the list with a 4.4 score and Costco (COST) came in second, also with an average survey result of 4.4.

Glassdoor data shows that an average Google software engineer reports a salary of $119,000, whereas a product manager earns $138,000. Cashiers at Costco report an average of $12 per hour and front end supervisors report $22 per hour.

Twelve of the top 25 companies were from the technology industry. Employees from Facebook (FB), Intuit (INTU), Salesforce (CRM) and Microsoft (MSFT) were all satisfied with compensation.

Founded in 2007, Glassdoor’s website allows users to anonymously share their compensation information. With over 22 million members, it has become a popular resource for job seekers interested in learning about pay and overall satisfaction at over 300,000 companies.

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