I'm in my junior year and I'm looking for an electrical/computer engineering internship. Now, I know this is a silly question - but which companies pay the most (in the US)? I know Google and Microsoft are both up there, but any others? I'm only taking this attitude for this internship... when I get a real job, I'll obviously be looking at each offer/position with great detail. I will be honest with you: * I don't care how long I have to work because I plan on working my butt off wherever I get into. * At this point, I want to find a job that offers me the most money, no matter what industry (I mean, minus manufacturing, etc...). I've had an internship in the aviation industry and I do not mind moving around industries for this upcoming summer. I'm open to work in any field, as long as it is technical and provides me with a good base. Defense/Medical/Computer Electronics/Software company (doing EE/CE work is preferable, or embedded systems), etc. * I understand that factors such as GPA, leadership skills/positions on campus, volunteer, previous work experience, technical skills, etc... contribute to the calculation of my GPA, but I think I have at least 80% nailed down. If anyone can throw a ballpark figure of a company, for a specific position, that'd be helpful. And again, I know that it depends on MANY factors, both on my side and on their side (profit for the year, business unit of the company, other candidates in the pool, etc.) Sorry if I sound ignorant at this point, but I've researched many other parts of finding an internship. I got stuck with a $13/hr internship between my sophomore and junior year and didn't learn as much as I'd like, especially knowing that my friend (who has lesser qualifications than me - both in all GPA, leadership positions, and technical skills) got paid quite a hefty number per hour. I just applied to the wrong job.