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CBRE Is Still Hiring. Here’s How Much the Real-Estate Giant Pays – Business Insider

  • CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real-estate services and brokerage firm, posts new jobs daily.
  • Insider analyzed data to see how much people in popular roles, like product managers, get paid.
  • The salaries included $90,000 for a senior software engineer to $135,000 for a construction manager.

CBRE, the largest real-estate service and brokerage firm in the world, employs more than 100,000 people.

The company helps its clients buy, sell, and manage real estate — and as a result, it hires a range of workers, from mechanics who make sure massive buildings can operate to brokers who facilitate and help fund some of real estate’s largest deals.

2021 was a banner year for CBRE, which set an annual record of almost $28 billion in revenue as the rental-housing and industrial segments of the commercial-real-estate market became some of the strongest sectors in the economy.

While the is-it-or-isn’t-it recession has some people questioning the health of the economy, CBRE is recruiting new talent at a breakneck pace, posting more than 250 US-based jobs just this past week.

Insider analyzed the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification’s 2021 and 2022 disclosure data for permanent and temporary foreign workers to find out what CBRE paid US-based employees in entry-level to executive roles.

Most of the roles were professional jobs such as software engineers and business and financial analysts; the data did not include maintenance, operations, or sales staff. Performance bonuses or commission, signing bonuses, and compensation other than base salary were not reflected in the data.

CBRE hired 298 employees through the H1-B and related visa programs in 2021, a 119% increase from its total in 2020.

Here’s how much CBRE pays, based on what it’s offered foreign employees.

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