With her new deal at Google, Amanda Mattson’s next contract will likely be a bit lower than it was before.
According to the company’s terms, the 30-year-old Canadian has a base salary of $2.8 million per year.
If she gets the most lucrative deal in terms of signing bonuses, that’s a total of $3.7 million per season.
The money is not guaranteed but Mattsson will have the ability to make more if she earns a higher salary in the future.
Mattsson will likely sign with Google as the company expands its U.S. presence with new offices in Los Angeles and Atlanta.
In 2019, she will also be working at Google’s new headquarters in Mountain View, California, where the company has been building its new headquarters.
Google announced a new $100 million fund to fund employee training, and the company is planning to offer some kind of financial incentives for people to stay in the U.K.
Mattsson’s new deal with Google will pay her $1.8-million per season in base salary, which is higher than the $1 million she was earning with Google last year.
She is eligible to receive an additional $100,000 in bonuses per year if she stays with Google for a minimum of six years.
Mattsson is expected to sign an extension with the company in 2019, although it is unknown if she will continue to work there.
Mattson will likely make $1-million more per season than the average Canadian with the same salary in 2018.
Her new contract also includes an annual payment of $1,500,000 per season and $2,000,000 for every season that she is the manager of the team, according to the terms of the deal.
That’s slightly higher than what she was making in 2018, but still a fairly reasonable amount.
Mattsons salary would not be guaranteed but the company will have to pay out a portion of her salary when she reaches certain milestones.
At 35 years old, Amanda will be one of the oldest managers on Google’s staff.
As the leader of the Canadian Google team, Mattsson would likely be in charge of recruiting Canadian talent.
If her current contract is up, she is likely to make a lot more than she did in 2018 and would be the highest-paid manager in Google.